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FOR 1871. 



EMBBACTNO A FULL ALPHAB1CTI0AL RECORD OF NAMES OF PERSONS, FIRMS, 

tX)MPANIK8, <0BDEB9, AND ABSOOrATIONS IN ATLANTA AND WEST END ; 

A BUSINESS DTRBCTOBY OF ATLANTA AND WEST END, CONTAINING 

THE BUSINESS, NAME, AND LOCATION OF MERCHANTsi AND 

PROFESSIONS, A RELIABLE MAP QF ATLANTA ; POST 

OFFICE AND EXPRESS OFFICE DIRECTORIES ; LIST 

OF INTERNAL REVKNUB AND POSTAL LAWS, 

STATE, COUNTY, AND CTTT OFFICERS, 



THE SEOOin) ANNUAL ISSUE. 



PRICE S3.00. 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA : 

WILLUM R HAJaEITBR, PUBLISHSR» NO. 1, SOUTH BROAD ST. 

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AJbbreviations . . . • 66 

AdvertisiDg Index • ▼ 

Alphabetioai arraogement of names for Atlanta and West End 65 

Aoidemy of Medioine 67 

Bible Society... .• ., 61 

Banks and Bankers » 64 

Bonded Debt and Assets of Atlanta 80 

Bofinees Directory , . , l 

Oh«rches 47 

City Government, 1871 42 

Coflfges, Schools, Ac. 67 

Cofoty Officem. 296 

Concordia Association 61 

DetMting Society 61 

Ezpreas and Telegraph. ' 61 

Express Stations ,..*. 287 

Edacation, Board of 46 

fire Department 44 

Foreign Money 290 

Gbvemmpnt, U. S 298 

Gk>Yemment, Georgia 294 

Good Templars 69 

Hebrew Society, I. O. B. B 61 

Hibernian Benevolent Society .......•.••• 60 

Interest Tables, etc 64 

LO.O. F 66 

Liederkranz 62 

Ladies' Relief Society ... 61 

Liit of Mayors 41 

Liquor Dealers Association. , 61 

LoAn and Building Association » 68 

Map of Atlanta facing title 

Masonic Directory 65 

Medical College , . ; , 67 

Monument AMOt^ation , . ,; 61 

Newspapers and Periodicals 63 

Orphans Free School 67 

Pioneer and HiHtoric Society. 62 

Post Office (Atlanta) 62 

Postal Laws . . 282 

Post Office Directory . r , ... 241 

Police Department 43 

Railroad Distances, Jbo 62 

Revenue Laws 276 

Typoffraphif^l Union, 48 68 

Weights and Measures 301 

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Adair & Stripling qq 

Atlanta Steam Dye Hoaae 70 

Atlanta and West Point K R 86 

Atlanta Marble Works , !!!*.!!! ^ 

Atlanta Paper Mills. ' * 'j^g 

Andrews £ & Co .*."... ,120 

Agricola HA .....!!.'!!! 124 

Atlanta Real Estate Agency 168 

Atlanta Daily San [[[[ jgQ 

Atlanta Gas Light Company 2O6 

A Hearty old Virginia Welcome .!..!!.. 217 

Atlanta Literary 1* emale Institute. i . .' \ 158 

Atlanta Nurseries 292 

Brumby & McPbereon [][[ qq 

Boykin «fe Shropshiree. . , , ^q 

Beerman & Knnrt * * * gQ 

Boyd A L ion 

Block Frank E !.*.!!. .'i.'im 

Bond AN * * 234 

Badger DrRD *.'.*.' WW .*.'. 13^ 

BookontJM ., 140 

Booth W K ...*!'.!.'!!;!!*..' 150 

Brewer L R^fe Son... • ...204 

Banks <fe Scott. ! . . , 72 

Banks Kenry & Son. ' ] ' 20 

Bell & Hammock * . .• igg 

Bollman William !...!..!! .284 

Barber Shoo and Bathing Saloon 70 

Bonnheim B 292 

Chamberlin, Boynton tfe Co. !...!!..!! 80 

Cohn Jacob ^ ' gg 

Carpenter LD...I ..100 

Cooper & Lane log 

CampbeD Reau & Co 108 

Cook Lewis .' , igQ 

Clayton & Webb. , j . . .126 

Cannon House ..* " 132 

Cox H T <fe Bro 1 ...*.*.*.'.'.*.*.'.*.' 144 

^7 Mill* , .'. i !l60 

City Brewery t .* 162 

Coughlin Johli .304 «fe 206 



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Campbell J T ; 302 

Concord Woolen Mills inside first cover 

DoddP&GT 118 

Dukes J L & Son.. I t ,166 



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Dill&Maier 

Dollar Savings Bank 

Eastman's Ba8ine;is College 

Ergenzinger 

Eiseman & Bro 

Empire Steam Mills. 

Eddleraan G H 

Eichberg & Langgesser , 

Excelsior Manufactory 

Lawshe & Hajnes 

Elsas & Bro 

FranklinH 

Fleishel & Bro 

Force G H & A W 

Fox William K 

Fechter E , 

Finch Wm 

Freedmen's Saving and Trust Company. . , 

Fay & Corput 

Forest Saloon 

Ford Arthur C 

Gate City Clothing Store 

Gate City Shop. , 

Glenn L J & Son 

Gavan J H 

Georgia Banking and Trust Company 

Globe Saloon ^ 

Georgia Kailroad and Banking Company. 

Gullat JE. : 

Howard Liu)e and Cement Works. , 

Kenning & Co , 

Heintz Charles 

HallGW 

Hagan John T 

HealDrE 

Hulsey & Tigner 

Hutcherson Josh , . . . 

Howell & Co 

Hall&qQart, 
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Hughen W C 
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Hunnicut A Bellingrath " *i* ['.[[[[['. 146 

Uolbrook J M. . • .^;^^- ^ 172 

Hancock WH : .4 [[', li^M ! ! ! 1 76 

Hanlei^i^ Book Bindery. . . . ; vW^^^^;,^ ..... 1 94 

S^ u ^ u ^^^\'. • • • • • • > .^. ;*iS;.W4^. 206 

Hitchcock & Walden ,...;.... i , iv^i^ S. . . 302 & 304 

Isaacs House .(. iqq 

Infirmary for the Blind ,} ; ^ '.."!!.'.*!! 116 

Jordan, Howard & Harralson . » [][ 74 

Johnson Mark W '*.'.*.'.*..*..*. 124 

Kennesaw Mills !!!!!.!!!'. 303 

Kenny's Ale Depot !.'!*.!.*'! 1 21 

Eeltner & Rakestraw aq 

KnoxWG.. " * io| 

Kile Thos & Co '. .'.V.'.'.V.'.'.V.V.V.* ;140 

Kries M \ *.'.V.".'.*.V. . 158 

Kuhn & Smith ] * " ] ^^2 

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Lansdell W A 3Q2 

Lane's Art Gallery. see inside back cover 

Le Bon Ton Saloon'. 40 

Lynch M & Co. ..*,.. . ...!.!!!.!.!...!!! 84 

Langford LB 94 

J^°gs.. .^.... !!!!!;';:!!! !!!!!;;;i34 

Lester and Thomson i^q 

Livery Stabte 1 ....!...!... ! .148 

Leyden A. ] [ ^72 

Menko M B^o & Co ..*'.!!.'!!!.'!!!.*.!!.* 96 

Mays & Bros. .!.!.** 98 

Macon and Western Railroad * 102 

Macon and Brunswick R R. ..!......... .112 

Meador & Bros !..!!!.!!" 114 

McNaught, Ormond & Co ..11.*. .!...!.. !!ll8 

Mann «jlames ..!.!..." 134 

McDowell Mrs EL. ..!!."... 136 

Moore's Actual Business College . . .*. ..'.'.* .'.*.*.*.'.'.*.'.*." .'.back cover 

Moore, Marsh 4k Co ;. ^40 

Mechanics Saloon 1 ji> 

McFaiiMrsSE , r.. '.!'.'!;.'; i*.;; i*.! *.;;;""* 19 

McGuire's Ale Vault !!..!!...... 302 

McBride <fe Co !..'.*!.'."..'..]].*.']* 194 

McClure & Harry ......!.!...!!!!!. 30^ 

New Era « ^V 

Oak Hall Clothing Store. '. '. '. '. ! .* ! '..'/. [ !.*!.*.*.*!!.'.'.'.* 142 

Philadelphia and Atlanta Wine and Liqno/Oompany .'.'.'.".' * * *202 

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Prize Boot Shop 136 

Patch Miss MC 166 

Peel John 182 

Phillipp, Charles & Co 72 

Peck J C & Co 138 

Rolling Mill Company .' :..... 68 

Rosenfeld A ....... 80 

Raushenberg Dr Ch .- 130 

Robson SB 170 

Red wine & Fox 126 

Richards J J & S P, . , 1 Oti 

Reeves J F 238 

Salter Dr S F 74 

Sherwood, Edwards <te Co. 78 

Shryock & Rowland ; 94 

Simmons <fe Hunt :.......* 98 

Scofield & Son 106 

Shacklelbrd T J. 106 

Simons S back cover 

Silvey, Dougherty <fe Co 110 

Stokes & Brothers •. .%.... 120 

Solomons S Louis 182 

Salmons & Alexander 168 

Southern Express Company. £'84 

Spring Hill Cottage 40 

Sawtell n C '2O6 

Slate Roofer ; 304 

St Nicholas Hotel i 293 

Terhune James 303 

Tucker Wm & Co .,/..,,.,,. 84 

True Georgian 152 

Tidwell & Fears..'. ]. ...!..!] 166 

Thorman Phillip. .• 1^8 

The Covington Examiner 178 

Turf Exchange ; ,.!....!.. 178 

Valentino G * ',.[.[ 180 

Vogclsberger Louis 180 

Van Goidtsnoven E • • • • • ^^^ 

Van Namee J William, M D. '. \ . ! '. ....[[ \ [ . \ [ \ ] .1.144 

Wylie James R !!!!!!!..!"! 70 

Wild Land Agency ^2 

Wadsworth W L & Co !!...!!.!.!.!.!.!!!.!!!!! 96 

Wallace <fe Fowler ' ' 128 

Wallace D ' ' V 132 

Waters W T .^ .'.':: .W'.'.W'.'.'.W'.'.W.'.'back cover 

Withers WS i4ri 

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Zimmerman R P '*!!!!.'!.!.!.!!!!. I44 



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The Publisher respectfully presents the Second Volume of his 
Annual Atlanta City Dibbotory to the public with the heliet' that 
it will be fonpd much more complete than his first. It contains 
fully one-third more names and many more valuable tables of in- 
formation. 

The Revenue and Postal Laws and List of Post-Offices are re- 
vised, and have some important additions: The lists of United 
States, State, County and City Officers conform to the late elections, 
and embrace the officers of the few new counties recently created. 
The tables of Railway and Express stations, and the Record of So 
cieties, Firms, etc., have all been carefully compiled, so as to meet, 
as far as possible, the changes which have occurred up to the pres- 
ent time. 

The plan of arranging advertisements pursued in this volume 
will be adhered to in future as the most advantageous to patrons, 
and will doubtless meet their appreciation. 

Removals, changes in firms, elections, etc., mostly occurring in 
December and January, the work was not commenced until the 
latter month, since which time it has been pushed forward as fast 
as possible, but owing to the creat difficulty in finding an office in 
the city with sufficient sorts Tor printing the names, the publisher 
has been at the mercy of accident anci caprice. Three different 
contracts were made in order to complete tlie volume, the last one 
involving the necessity of a greater outlay of time and funds than 
was at first anticipated. Under these circumsta:'ces the typo- 
graphical execution is not as accurate as it would have been, but 
nevertheless presents a very creditable appearance. 

For the courteous and generous treatment which has always been 
extenoed to us by oar citizens we are grateful and shall ever strive 
to be worthy of their confidence and esteem by fulfilling the prom- 
ises we make. To the many gentlemen who have placed us under 
obligations by their favors we return our most respectful acknowl- 
edgements, and would especially refer in this connection to the 
fjntlemen of thepress, and to Col. James Atkins, II. I. and E. N. 
imball, Esos., Richard Peters, Esq., S. E. Crittenden, Esq., L. P. 
Grants Esq., Hon. Secretary of State, David G. Cotting, A. Flesh, 
Esq., B. R. Freeman, Esq., and last, but not least, the gentlemen 
ot the Pion-^r Club. 

If we have accomplished nothing further in the historisal part of 
this work it is a pleasure to state &e fact that the information con- 
tained therein sets forever at rest the controversy in regard to the 



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ORIGIN OF THE NAME ATLANTA, 

And we would refer our readers to the proceeding of the Pioneer 
meeting, and especially to the letter of Richard reters, Esq., in re- 
lation to the matter. 

Some three of the large number who have contracted for adver- 
tisements " went back on us," without the courtesy of an excuse, 
and it was at first our intention to give to the community the bene- 
fit of their names, but we have no private spleen to vent or flattery 
to confer, and if we had, these pages, poor as they may be, are held 
too sacred by us to be used for any other purpose than the advance- 
ment of what we deem to be the interest of Atlanta and her people. 

STRANGERS IN OTHER CITIES, 

Have frequently written us during the past year to ascertain facts 
in relatioU'to various trades, business, etc., of our city, and we have 
invariably answered them to the best of our ability after obtaining 
all the information we could upon the subjects. To all such we wifi 
in future, as heretofore, take great pleasure in giving prompt and 
reliable information. 

Our houses should be systematically and thoroaghly numbered, 
and we most respectfully urge our present Hon. Mavor and Board 
of Alderman to make arrangements by which it will be promptly 
and permanently done. 

In conclusion, we have fulfilled all contracts to the best of our 
ability, and now that it is completed on our side, we feel almost 
ready to exclaim, like Csesar when swimming the troubled Tyber, 
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List of Business Persons, Firms, &c., 

ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THEIR VARIOUS BUSINESS PURSUITS- 
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AGENTS. 

U. 8. CLAIM. 

Snyder & Spaul3ins/, office Grant 
buildiog, o Broad & Marietta 

OBKBRAL. 

Smith Frank A, Kimball House. 



REAL ESTATE. 

Adair G W, o Wall and Peachtree. 

Banks & Scott, 89 Peachtree.— 
See p 72. 

Bell ft bammock, is Whitehall. 

See p 168. 
Eder Gko A, 10 Peachtree, 
Holdemess & DiiPont, U Whitehall 

Wallace ft Fowler, 8 east Aia. 

See p 128. 
SeagO A K, o Mitcliell <k Forsyth. 

INSURANCE, 

Alston R A, Broad and Marietta, 

Austin J M. 

Bacon E H, 65 Whitehall. 

Blanchard M C, 33 Whitehall. 

Clark Louis H. 

Davis L B, 15 Whitehall. 

Fleming T P, 64 Whitehall 



Godfrey J E cfc Son, 45 & 47 white- 
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Hancock W Hi O west Alabama. 
See y:\ii^ 1 76. 

Mapill W .f, c Broad and Marietta. 

Mcintosh Lnchla. 

Mallard W J, Powell's block Peach- 
tree. 

Patillo W P, 1 Peachtree. 

Snuth Frank A^ Kimball House 

Smith J Henley. 50 wltUeliall. 

Smith JoFeph H, 21 Marietta. 

Thomas G S «fc Son, c Broad Ac Ala. 

Townsend Dr W S, 33 Whitehall. 

Walker Genl W S, cor Broad and 
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Waters W T, 37i whitehalL 
Welborn C B, 42 Whitehall. 
Whitner J C, 8 e Alabama. 

PUBLISHINO. 

National Pub Com'y, 8 Broad. 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Glark C & Co, (Weed) 21 Marietta. 
Davis L B, (G rover dt Baker,) 23 

Whitehall. 
Griffin W H, (Home Shuttle,) 32 

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Bon,) DeGives Opera Honse. 

Beeves J T, (Florence,) 4 ^ Broad 
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Turner W H, (Singer,) 34 Whitehall 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Eohols Sam A, 1 and 3 8 Broad. 
Johnson Mark W* Broad b Ala 
and Hunter. See p 124. 

AMBROTYPEa 

[See oho Photographers,'] 

Drummond O C, 40 Whitehall. 
Euhn Wm, 18 Whitehall. 

ARCHITKCTS. 

Fay ft Cornnti l Granite Mock, 

Broad. See pi 70. 
Parkins & Allen, Kimball House. 

ATTORNEYS. 

Abbott B F. 
Akers F, 10 Peachtree. 
Arnold Reuben, corner Broad and 
Marietta. 

Baugh 6i Arnold, 28 whitehalL 
Bell M, 15 whitehalL 
BleokleyL E,o Peachtree & Harris. 
Brown JR H, 17 Decatur. 
Broyles E N, 7 Marietta. 
Butt Tim M. 

Byington M P, 15 Whitehall. 
Calhoun di Son, Ala nr Waefhington 
Clarke E Y, 6 e Alabama. 
Clark R H, Marietta and Broad. 
Clarke Marshall J, 6 e Alabama. 
Clarke J M <fe -Son, 6 e Alabama. 
Collier J St Son, 58 Whitehall. 
Cotton Jos A, Whitehall. 
Cooper J Tyler, City Hall. • 
Co wart R «f, Campbell House. 
Crawford L G, 71 Whitehall. 
Culberson A B, 52 Alabama. 
Dunn John H, 8 e Alabama. 
Ellis W D, 93 Whitehall. 
Ezzard Wm, c Peachtree & Luokie. 
Farrow & Thomas, Brown's biding 
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Fears S S, Broad. 
Finley J T, o Broad and Marietta. 
Qarlinffton G A, 20 Whitehall. 
GartreU A Stephens, 20 Whitehall. 

Olenn L J ft Son« 19 Whitehall. 

Hammond A W & Son, 47 white- 
hall. 

Hammond Geo H, 47 Whitehall. 

Hammond A Wellborn 58 Whitehall 

Hammond D F, MsTyor. 

Hill & Candler, 15 Whitehall. 

Hillyer A Bro, Hillyer's bldg, Ala. 

Hoge Col E F, 28 Whitehall. 

Hukey & Tlgnor, 15 Whitehall. 

Irwin W J, Brown's bldg, Broad. 

Ivy M J, 17 Decatur. 

Jackson & Bro, Brown's building. 
Broad. 

Lester ft Thompson, KimbaU 

House. See p 146. 
Maddox C K, 17 Decatur. 
McAfee J M, 49 Pt^achtrre. 
Milledge Jno jr, c Broad & Marietta 
Mynatt A Dell, 5 w Alabama. 
Newman St Harrison, 28 Whitehall. 
Pendleton J L, 57 Whitehall. ' 

Pope is Brown, 9 u Broad. 
Peeples & Howell, c Broad and Ala. 
Simpson O F. 

Tidwell ft Fears, cor Broad apd 

Marietta. See p 166. 
Thrasher & Thrasher, Marietta nr 

Peachtree. 
Van Epps Howard, c Marietta and 

Broad. 

Weil 6i Reinhardt, 3 Peachtree. 
Westmoreland T P, 55 Whitehall. 
Winn L J, 17 Decatur. 

AUCTION AND COMMISSION. 

Adair G W, R R nr Peachtree. 
Boyles John, 15 Peachtree. 
Guthman E, c Peachtree & Marietta 
Mayson A S <fe T C, DeGives Opera 

House. 
Powell C, Marietta nr Broad.- 

Smith Frank At Kimball House. 



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BAKERIEa 

Agrieola H A, Decatur opp Ivy. 

See page 124. 
Agrioola R T J, 105 Whitehall. 
Bechtold E, Peters. 
Chisolm W P, 26 Whitehall. 
Jack G W, 81 whitehalL 
Karwisch H, c Decatur is Calhoun. 
Peel JnO, 25 Marietta. See p 182. 
Valentino G, ^^ whitehalL See 

page 180. 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 
Agency Oeoricia B B Bank, 

Gb R R depot, Alabama. See 

page 156. 
Atlanta National, 10 e Alabama. 
Dollar Savings Banks« 10 Peachtree 

Freedman's National Bank, b 

Broad b Alabama and Hunter. 
See page 128. 

(Georgia Loan and Trust Co, 

5 w Alabama. See p 126. 
Gleoi|flda National Bank, Kimball 

House, Wall. 
Hoyt <fe Jones, 4 e Alabama. 
James J H, 17 Whitehall. 
Lowry Wm M <Si R J, 48 e Ala. 

ffm^t)^ Frank A* Kimball house. 

BARBER SHOPS. 

Beerman A (Gate City) 16 e Ala. 

See Dage 70. 
Bentley Moses, 15 Marietta. 
Bentley M E, 82 whitehalL 
Gordon J B, 35 Decatur. 
Hutdiins W D, c Broad ds Marietta. 
Kimball House, W B Moses, propr. 
Nash A, 120i whitehalL 
Thompson ie Brown, 6 e Alabama. 

BATH ROOMS. 

Oate City Barber Shop* 16 e 

Alabama. See p 70. 
Kimball House barber shop. 

BELL Hangers. 

[See Gunsmiths.] 



BRASS FOUNDERS 
[See also Iron Fbtmders.] 

Gullatt J E, c Decatur <Si Butler. 
See page 170. 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Air Line House, Pryor nr Alabama. 
Barnett J H, Gilmer nr Pratt. 
Beanchamp Mrs L, Marietta near 

Rolling mill. 
Bender Wm, Hunter nr Forsyth. 
Benton Mrs J A, Church b EUis and 

Cain. 
Berron P, Forsyth b Marietta and 

Walton. 
Cody Mrs H R, 87 & 89 Whitehall. 
Cozart Mrs A M, Mitchell nr For- 
syth. 
Cruchfield Mrs M J, Marietta near 

Thurmond. 
Davis Mrs L B, corner Forsyth and 

Church. 
Dawson Mrs E, c Gilmer and Ivy. 
Downs Mrs A D, Ga R R b Butler 

and Terry. 
Doyle Mrs, Decatur nr Ivy. 
Fitzpatrick Mrs E, Ivy opp Gilmer. 
Goree M J, Peachtree nr EUis. 
Gallaher Mrs B, Collins nr Decatur. 
Gardner House, cor Forsyth and 

Hunter. 
Garner Mrs T S, c Washington and 

Alabama. 
Goree Mrs N W, Spring nr Walton. 
Hoyle Mrs M A, Pryor nr Houston. 
Johnson Mrs C W, Hunter b Terry 

and Martin. 
Johnson Mrs Eliza, o Forsyth and 

Mitchell. 
Johnson Mrs E, Pryor b Peters and 

Gamett. 
King Mrs S A Rhodes nr R R. 
Marshall Mrs M, cor Hunnicutt and 

Luckie. 
McKinley Mrs Mary, e Hunter. 
Mize Mrs M A, Loyd nr MitchelL 
Monteith Mrs E, Butler nr Gilmer. 
O'Neill Mrs, Decatur nr Collins. 
Overby Mrs B H, Granite b, Broad. 
Osborn Mrs M E, 102 Whitehall. 



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Shivers Mrs, o Grubb and Cone. 

Tresilian Mrs, Decatur nr Moore. 

Vernon Mrs M M, Luckie ur Bar- 
tow. 

Waddail Miss L M, c Forsyth and 
Hunter. 

WatU Mrs M A, Walton nr King. 

Williams Mrs Mary, c Gilmer and 
Collins. 

Withers Mrs Dr E D, o Broad and 
Luckie. 

Withers J C Mrs, 126 Whitehall. 

Worthey Mrs M A, at Hooten's 
Infirmary. 

BOOK BINDERS. 

Hanleiter Wm B« l Broad. See 

page 65. 
Intelligencer, 20 Whitehall. 
Friuik&n Printing House, 6 s Broad 
Mason J P, 50 Whitehall. 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Lynch X Sc Co* No. 6 Whitehall. 
See p 84. 

Methodist Book Concertf, Powell^s 
block, Peachtree. 

Phillips 6i Crew, 1 Marietta comer 
Peachtree. 

Richards J J ft S F, 6 east Ala- 
bama, See p 162. 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

WHOLBSALB. 

Banks Henry & Son, 39 Peachtree. 
Banks I T, 66 Whitehall. 
Bddleman <fe Brown^ 7 Dccatnr. 

Force O H ft A W, 33 Whitehall. 
Seep 78. 

Markham M O, 69 Whitehall. 
Moore & Marsh, 17 Decatur. 
Price George W, 37 Peachtree. 
Schaefer D & Co, Pryor c Decatur. 

RETAIL. 

Banks Henry di Son, 39 Peachtree. 
Banks I T, 66 Whitehall. 
Bond A Ht c Broad and Alibama. 
See p 136. 



Brotherton W H, 100 Whitehall. 
Cahn Bros, 90 Whitehall. 

Eddlemaxi Geo Ht ^ Marietta. 

Sej p 148. 
Eddlenian J, Mitchell nr Whitehall. 
Elsas Jacob <& Co, 32 Whitehall. 
Fleishel & Bro, 36 Whitehall. 
Force O H ft A W, 33 Whitehall, 

Seep 78. 
G^y E U <& Son, 69 Peachtree. 
Kiser M C <fe J F, 76 Whitehall. 
Lester J S, 109 Whitehall. 
Markham M O, 69 Whitehall. 
Menko M, Bros 6z Co, 30 Whitehall. 
Morris John F, Peters near M dc W 

Railroad. 
Phillips 6i Flanders, 91 Whitehall. 
Price George W, 37 Peachtree. 
Rich M 6e Co, 36 Whitehall. 
Rosenfeld L, 58 Whitehall. 
Steinbeimer Bros, 39 Whitehall. 

BREWERIES. 

Atlanta Brewery, F Richter. 
Atlanta Steam Brewery, office De- 
catur. 

City Brewery, Fechter 6i Mer 
cer. See p 162. 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 

Emry W J, c Broad and Marietta. 
Bobison S B} Broad nr Alabama. 
See p 170. 

BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

Eastman's Commercial* comer 

Marietta and Broad. Seep 121 

Hoores Actual Business* oor 

Whitehall and Hunter. See back 
of cover. 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Darand S A, office 69 Whitehall. 

Ern^enzinirer A, 7 e Hunter. 

See p 76. 

Lauton A, 122 Whitehall. 
Owens B F, Hunter nr Whitehall. 
Lynn & Brady, DeGive's Opera H. 



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Af rieola H A, Decatur op Ivy. 

Seep 124. 
Block F a, Broad. See p 124. 
Chisolm W P. 26, whitehaU. 
Jack GW, 31 Whitehall 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. 

Chamberlin Boynton & Co, ^9 

Whitehall. See p 80. 
Eendrick S S & Son, 16 Marietta c 
Broad. 

OAURIAOE MANUFACTURERS. 

Booth W K, Peters 61 Gamett. 

See p 160. * 

Finney A T, 7 Broad See p 154. 

Ford J J) Mitchell b Whitehall and 

Hunter. See p 90. 
McBride & Smith, 35 Decatur. 

DSALERS. 

Rogers G C, 13 Decatur. 

CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS- 
WARE. 

McBride A J d; Co, 22 Marietta c 
Broad. 

McBride ft Co* 62 Whitehall. Sec 

page 194. 
Ripley T R, 47 Peachtree. 
Seltzer H, c Broad and Walton. 

CHEMISTS. 

[See Druggists,] 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

WH0LV8ALK. 

Beerman ft Knhrt) 4 Whitehall. 

Seep SO. 
C6hen L, 43 Whitehall. 
Ficken John, 1 1 P(»achtree. 

Jordan* Howard ft Harralson 

83 Whitehall. See p 74. 
Maddox R F, 2 Peachtree. 

Meador ft Bro? ^^ Whitehall, s^ 

page 114. 



Rose R M & Co, 1 n Broad. 
Sharp, Boroughs & Co, 84 white- 
hall. 
Winter J L, 22 e Alabama. 

BBTAIL. 

Beerman ft Kurhti ^ Whitehall. 

Cohn Jacob) 1 1 w Ala. See p 98. 

See p 80. 
Dann B L, 1 Railroad block. 
Ficken John, 1 1 Peachtree. 
Galceran M P, 12 Peachtree. 
Muhlenbrink H, 20 i^hitehali. 
Moses W B, Kimball House. * 
Raymond C D, 10^, Peaclitreo. 
Rote Mayer, Marietta nr Broad. 
Sallas &L DuBose, 51 Whitehall. 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 
Cohn Jacob) 1 1 w Ala. See p 98. 

Ficken John, 11 Peachtree. 
Just J J, Pryor nr Alabama. 
Meador & Bro, 35 Whitehall. 

COMMISSION MEUCnANTS. 

Abbott II «fc Bro, 88 Whitehall. 
Adair & Bro, 89 Whitehall. 

Boykin ft ShropshireS) 80 

Whitehall. See p 70. 
Chapman, Rucker & Co, 86 white- 
hall. 

Clayton ft Webb, 72 Whitehall. 

See p 126. 

Cooper ft Lane, Pryor near Ala. 

See p 106. 

Cox H T ft Bro, 17 n Forsyth. 
See p 144. 

Dewald <fe Wellhouse, Forsyth ur 
Railroad. 

Dodd F ft 6 T ft Co, 93 white- 
hall. See p 118. 

England J E A Co, 75 Peachtree. 
Garrett & Bro, 85 Whitehall. 

Henning ft Co, Decatur. Seep 78 

Ilightow*"- T .1 <fe Go^ cor Mitchell 

and Broa^l. 
Howell & C«s 41 Peachtree. 

Hughen W C, Loyd nr Decatur. 
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Kicklighter & Co, 80 Whitehall. 

Th08 Kile & Co* ^i^es cor 

Peach tree. See p 140. 

Leydcn Ai l ^ e Alabama. See 

pafire 172. 
Lowry Wra M <& R J, 46 & 48 Ala. 
Maddox K F, 2 Peachtree. i 

Mitchell A W 6e Bro, c Huuter aud 

Whitehall. 
Mitchell A Williford, e Hunter. 
Mitchell IS, 116 Whitehall. 
Oliver J S di Co, cor Alabama and 

Forsvth. 
Pease P P, c Whitehall <fc Mitchell. 

Phillips, Charles & Co, Mitch 

hell. See p 72. 

Sawtell H C, 96 Whitehall. See 
page 206. 

SeagO A K, Mitchell 6i Forsyth 

ShaDDon Geo o Broad and Hunter. 

Sharp, Boroughs <fe Co, 64 Whitehall 

Shuttles 6i Baxter, 61 Peaclitrce. 

Simmons Jos R, 24 e Alabama. 

Stephens, Flynn <b Co, 15 n For- 
syth. 

Strong C H, Broad st. 

Thomas J W <fc Co, c Broad & Ala. 

Wells T L, 78 Whitehall. 

West & Edwards, 55 Peachtree. 

Williams, Langston <Se Crane, 14 e 
Alabama. 

Williams J J & Co, 1 n Forsyth. 

Wylie James R, ^3 Peach- 

tree. See p 70. 
Wyly A C & B F, 88 e Alabama. 

Zimmerman R P, Marieta 

nr Broad. See 144. 

COMMISSION (LIVE STOCK.) 
Sparks A Tye, Decatur nr Pryor. 
Terhune James, 70 & 81 Peachtree. 

CONFECTIONERS. ' 

Agricola H A, Decatur op Ivy. 
Agrioola R T J, 105 Whitehall. 
Block F E, Broad near Hunter. 

See D 124 
Chisolm W p/26 Whitehall 
Davis F M, 77 Peachtree. 
denderson John, 11 Peachtree. 



Jack G W, 31 Whitehall. 

Peel John* ^^ Marietta. See 

page 182. 
Valentino O, 5* Whitehall. See 

page 130. 

CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. 

Broomhead B H, West End 
Cannon & Johnson, 48 Pl^achtree. 
Criegler J W A J C, Gilmer. 
Cook, Pitts ifc Co, W & A R R nr 

Foundry. ^ 

Lougley <&; Robinson, c Gilmer and 

Bell. 
Newmsn & Fain, 49 Peachtree. 
Peck J C & CO1 Decatur or 

longe. See p 138. 

8herwood> Cdwards & 

COt <^ Loyd nr Hunter. 

See p 78. 
Tucker £ R, c Hunter and Pryor. 
Tutwiler N P, c Alabama <fc Loyd. 
Tattle J H, Hunter and Pryor. 

COOPERS. 

Brown Febian, Mitchell nr R R. 
Fitz 'ibbons Richard, o Fair and 
PuUiam. 

COTTON FACt6rS, 

Cox H T & Bro, 17 n Forsyth. 
McDaniol P E 6s Co, c Hunter and 

Pryor. 
Mitchell A W & Bro, cor Hanter 

and Whitehall. 
Mitchell A Williford, c Hunter and 

Whitehall. 
Mitchell I S, 116 Whitehall. 
Strong C H, Broad st. 

COTTON PRESSES. 
Echols Saml A, 1 and 3 s Broad. 

Johnson Mark W, Broad 

nr Alabama. See p 124. 
Tommey & Stewart, 79 Whitehall. 

COTTON WAREHOUSES. 

McDaniel F E ^ Co, Hanter and 
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Whitehall. 
Strong C H, Broad. 
Turner J D & Co, Broad. 

CLOAK AND MANTAU MAN- 
UFACTURERS. 

Weisberg M, 33 Peachtree. 

CLOTHING. N 
WBOLB8ALB. 
Campbell Reaa Si €0, 14 

Whitehall. See p 108. 

Elfteman Sl Bro, 56 and 6I 

Whitehall. See p 76. 
Falk I L & Co, 37 Whitehall. 
Kimbro R P S <fc Co, 9 Decatur. 
Lowe W B <fe Co, 44 Whitehall. 

RETAIL. 

Campbell Reaa &; Co, 14 

Whitehall. See p 108. 
Cohen H, 12 Whitehall. 
Cohen J L, 30 Whitehall. 
Decker B, 34 Whitehall. 
I-Jseman Sl Bro, 56 and 61 

Whitehall. See p 76. 
Elsas Jacob & Co, 32 Whitehall. 
Falk I L <fc Co, 37 Whitehall. 
Fleishel <fe Bro, 38 Whitehall. 
Gay £ H A Son, 69 Peachtree. 
HlTM^b IML A^ «I, 41 Whitehall. 

.Seep 142. 
Lowe W B <fc Co, 44 Whitehall. 

Menko 91 & Bro, 30 Whitehall 

See page 96. 
Moral D, 46 Whitehall. 
Rich M <Se Co, 36 Whitehall. 
Kotenffeld A, 49, WhitehalL 

Seep 80. 
Rosenfeld L, 58 Whitehall. 
Silverberg Wm, 63 Whitehall. 
Soramers M, 18 Whitehall. 
Steinheimer Bros, 39 Whitehall. 

COAL DEALERS. 

Bom J M jr & Co, Marietta near 

Capitol. 
Ladd A C ft Co« oor Forsyth and 

W & A R R. See inside cover. 



COLLAR MAKERS. 

Andrews E & Co, 71, Whitehall. 
Browning T N, c Broad & Walton. 
Johnson J L, c Mitchell and Broad. 

CRACKER M \ NUPAC fURERS. 

Chisolm W P, 26 Whitehall. 
Lewis H ft Co, Broad nr Hun- 

ter. See page 128. 
Jack G W, 31 Whitehall. 

DENTAL DEPOTS. 
Hape Dr Sam'l, 39 Whitehall. 

,, DENTISTS. 

Badger Dr Ralph, 1 4 Marietta. 
Badsrer Dr R D, 39 Peachtree. 

See page 130. 
Billups £ S, 59 Whitehall. 
Campbell J T, Whitehall. 

Carpenter L D, 50 Whitehall. 

See page 100. 
Cooke A B, empire blk, Whitehall. 
D'Alvigny Dr C F S, Whitehall. 
Ford l^r A C, 26 Whitehall. . See 

page 234. 

Hape Dr Albert, 8 e Alabama. 

Huntington Dr Henry, 26 white- 
hall. 

Kennedy Dr J W, c Washington 
and Richardson. 

Link Dr J A, 28 Whitehall 

DRESS MAKERS. 

Claflin Mrs C, c Pryor & Wheat. 

Collier Mrs E G, Peters. 

Curtis Mrs M A, Pryor nr Wheat. 

Gibson Miss M A« 64 Whitehall. 

Mann Mrs M J, 40 Whitehall. 

McFail Mrs 8 £, 3l Whitehall. 
See p — . 

Nace Mrs A R, 60 Whitehall.^ 

Patch Miss M C, 59 white- 
hall. See page 166. 

Welch Mrs Anna, 72 Whitehall. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Bradfield L H, , Broad b Alabama 
and Hunter. 



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Heery A Co, empire blk White- 
hall. See page 140. 

Howard A MoKoy, 49 Peach tree. 

Lansdell W A, 27 Whitehall 
See page 80. 

Laaghmiller W*C, Collins opposite 
Jenkins. 

Pemberton, Taylor & Co, 23 <fc 25 
Peachtree. 

Red wine Sc Fox, 19 white- 
hall. Seepage! 28. 

Sohuman's Pharmacy, 48 Whitehall. 

Tucker W W A^ Co, Kimball 

House. See page 84. 
White Dr Geo, e Peters. 

DRY GOODS. 

WHOLBSALB. 

Cfhamberlin, Boyili^ ft Co, 

5/ <fe 59 whitebait. VHtpagu 80. 
lloore Sc llla^8lf^^X)ecatur. 
See page 140. 

Peck, DeSaulles <fe Co, 64 white- 

halL 
Rich Wm & Co, 3 Marim.ta. 

SIlTey, Dougherty St Co, 

3 <fc 6 Decatur. See page 110. 

WHOLBSALB AND BETAIL. 

Beanes C B, Marietta. 
Block E, 46 Peachtree. 
Brotherton WH, 100 & 102 white- 

hall. t?^ 

Cahn Bros, 90 Whitehall. 
Chamberlin, Boynton & Co, 57 

Whitehall. 
Chapman & Talley, 70 Whitehall, 
Cohen J L, 30 wnitehall. 
Cohen H, 12 Whitehall. 
Dorsett M E & Co, 63 Whitehall. 
Klsas Jacob <fe Co, 32 Whitehall. 

Fleisbel Sl Bro, 38 Whitehall. 

See page 74. 
Frank J, 45 Decatur st. 
Gay E H <fc Son, 69 Peachtree. 
Keely John, 45 Whitehall. 
Kiser M C & J F, 76 Whitehall. 
London Store, 17 Marietta. 



Mayer <fc Freidenthal, 54 Whitehall. 
Jflenko M &; Bros, 28 white- 
hall. See page 96. 

Morris J F, Peters nr M & W R R. 
O'Connor <jk Retse, 7 Marietta. 

Phillips, Flanileri A. Co, 

91 Whitehall. See page 96. 
Pretzfelder <fe Laur, 46 Whitehall. 
Rich M <& Co, 36 Whitehall. 
Rich Wm <fc Co, 1 1 Whitehall. 
Rboenblatt Isaac, 66 Peachtree. 
Roseofeld L, 58 wbitebalL 
Ryan John, 60 Whitehall. 
Silverberg Wm, 63 Whitehall. 
Steiuheimer Bros, 39 Whitehall. 
Talley & Sisson, 70 Whitehall, 

DYE STUFFS. 

[See Druggists.] 

DYERS AND SCOURERS. 
Atlanta Steam Dye House. 

Mitchell near Whitehall. See 

page 72. 
Augu8taDye House, 122 Whitehall. 
Bain D, 91 Whitehall. 

EXPRESS COMPANY. 

Southern Express Co, Pass. Depot. 
see page 234. 

FERTILIZERS. 
Johnson ffark 1¥, Broad. 

See page 124. 

Leaden 1, 18 e Alabama. See 
page 172. 

McD;iniel PEA Co, o Hunter and 

Pryor. 
Strong C H, Broad. 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Atlanta Flour Mills, c Hunter and 

Railroad. 
Cily ft ills, o Bartow and W <fc 

A R R. See page 150. 
Gate City Mills, c Branch alley and 

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Peachtree Water Mills, office 26 

Peachtree. 
Voros Elon, R R t'ok nr Foundry. 

FRUIT DEALERS. 
Anderson G J, 27 Decatur. 

Haran Juo T, ii4 Whitehall 

See page 92. 

§ toices Bros Sc Co, 21 white- 
haU. See page 120. 

FURNITURE. 

Archer W T, 82 Whitehall. 
Benson C F, 111 Whitehall. 
Bohnefeld H, 68 Whitehall. 

Cr^enzini^er A, 7 e Hunter. 

Seepage 76. 
Fox wm K, o Marietta and 
Broad. See page 82. 

FURS. 
Frank Mrs J, 43 and 45 Decatur. 
llolbr<IOlc J JH, 40 Whitehall. 

See page 172. 
Holbrook J C, 9 Peachtree. 

8alnions A Alexander, 42 

Whitehall. See p 168. 
GAS COMPANIES. 

Atlanta Portable Gas Works, Hun- 
ter nr Broad. 

Atlanta Gas Utrht Co, office 

c Whitehall and Alabama. See 
page 206. 

GAS FITTING & FIXTURES., 
Eiehberf Sc Langesser, 35 

Peachtree. See page 148. 

Hunnieutt Sk. Bellingrath 

See page 146. 

Lani^tord, L B, 81 Whitehall. 
See p 94. 

GENTS' PUIijaSHmG GOODS. 

Campbell Bean Sc Co, 14 

Whitehall. See page 108. 
Decker B, 34 Whitehall. 



£iseman &. Bro, 56 and «i 

Whitehall. See page 76. 
Elsas Jacob <fe Co, 32^ Whitehall. 
Falk I L & Co, 37 Whitehall. 
Lowe W B <fc Co, 44 Whitehall. 
Mirsch, AI ^ J, 53 Whitehall. 

See p 142. 
Mihalovitch, L <fc Co, 3 Peachtree. 
Purtell, Mrs J H, 7 Peachtree. 
Rosen feld, A, 49 whitehalL 
Sommers, M, 16 Whitehall. 

GROCERS. 

WHOLBSALB. 

Abbott & Bro, 88 Whitehall. ' 
Adair & Bro, 89 Whitehall. 
Chapman, Rucker 6i Co, 86 white- 

haU. • 
Clayton & Webb, 29 72 Whitehall. 

Dodd, P ^ O T & Co, 93 

Whitehall, Seep 118. 

Garrett 6i Bro, 85 Whitehall. 

Hightower, J T <fc Co, c Broad 
Mitchell. 

flowell Sc Co, 41 Peachtree. 
Seep 114,^ 

Lowry, Wm MAR J, 56 and 48 
e Alabama. 

Simmons, J R, 44 e Alabama. 

West, Edwards de Co, 55 Peach- 
tree. 

Williams, Langston <b Crane, 15 
e Alabama. 

Wylie, James B, 35 Peach- 
tree. See p 70. 

Wyly, A C <fe B F, 38 e Alabama. 

WHOLBSALB AND BETAIL. 

Boykin Sc Shropshires, 80 

Whitehall. See p 70. 
Bromley, D W & Co, e Mitchell. 

Brtimby A; McPherson, 

13 Whitehall. See p 66. 
Cahn Bros, 90 whitehalL 
Compton & Co, 35 Peachtree. 
England J E <k Co, 7'5 Peachtree. 
Benning: Sl Co, Decatur. See 

page 78. 
Hightower, T J 4i Co, c Mitchell 

and Broad. 



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Hiiihtower, T J <fc Co, Mitchell 

and Broad. 
Habbard, W L, 9 Marietta st. 
HuRheu, W C, Loyd nr Depot. 

See p 138. 
Eickligbter & Co, 80 whiteball. 
Lyncb, J,. 92 Whitehall. 
MoMillan & Snow, Mariotta and 

Broad. 
Mitchell, I S, 116 Whitehall. 
Powers <fe Son* 32 Peachtree. 

See p 100. 
Mason & Randall, Marietta and 

Broad. 

Stokes, Bros & Co, 21 White- 
hall. See p 20. 

Thompson, Bros <fc Co, 87 white- 
haU. 

BBTAIL. 

Adair & Stripling, 109 white- 
hall. See p. 68. 

Akei-s <& Bro, 67 Peachtree. 

Allen A Taylor, 84 Peachtree. 

Allen, E T, McDonongh nr Jones. 

Anderson J Lester,Peters nr Berry 
avenae. 

Archer, C C, c Decatur and Pratt. 

Baldwin, G A, c Decatar and Bell. 

Ballard, Mrs Mary C, Marietta nr 
Bartow. 

Barker, H, Ivy n Merritts av. 

Beasley, W B, Peachtree st. 

Bell, H G, c Alabama and Loyd. 

Benson, C F, 80 Whitehall, 

Beyer, M, c Decatar and Collins. 

Boyd <fe Bro, Pea<^htree nr Forsyth 

Boyd, A L, c Gordon and Lee, 
See p 120. 

Boykin ^ ShropsMren, No do 

Whitehall. 

Bridwell, C, Mitchell st. 

Brumby & McPherson, 13 white- 
hall. 

Buchanan & Son, Trebursey and 
Racetrack. 

Busbee & Edwards, Peachtree nr 
^ Forsyth. 

Calhoun, M, Frasier nr Clark. 

Casy, Jpmes (col) c Butler and Mo 
Douough. 



Cayen, Jas, Marietta c Cain. 

Collier, T J, Foundry nr R R. 

Compton & Co, 35 Peachtree. 

Connally, A, Hunter nr Butler. 

Crawford, John, Peachtree. 

Curry, A O, (col) Houston nr Collins. 

Cusick, W, c Butler and Gilmer. 

DeFoor & Morris, c Peters and 
Booth alley. 

Duck, H R S, McDonough nr Jon-^s 

Dun ton, H J, Whitehall c Branch al. 

Dukes, J S <fe Son, 10 Whitehall. 
See p 166. 

Edens, J F, c Fair and Frasier. 

Edgar, J M, Ivy nr Merritt's av. 

Emwald, D, Peters nr Stephens. 

Evans, J R, Harris nr Hayden. 

Faith <fc Morris, Decatur nr Pratt. 

Picket <fc Jackson, 26 Peachtree. 

Fifer, Mrs M T, Decatur nr Pratt. 

Flynn, Wra, Peters head of Garnctt 

Flynn, Mrs Mary, Marietta. 

Fowler, A L, c K R and Foundry. 

Fuller, J C, Peters b Stephens aud 
Walker. 

Fuller, H A, 74 Whitehall. ' 

Galcerar, WP, 12 Peachtree. 

Gamon, Mrs Alice, Decatur nr Col- 
lins. 

Glass, R C W, Peachtree. 

Glynn, Mrs M, Barracks st. , 

oodnian, R H, 59 Peachtree. 
roves, J H, 120 Whitehall, 
aas, Simon, Marietta nr Foundry. 

Hagan^ J T, 1 14, Whitehall. See 
page 92. 

Hall, J W, Peters nr Forsyth. 

Hall & Fincher, 61 Peachtree. 

Hallman, J C <fe Co, 57 Peachtree. 

Hamrick J W <fe Son. 

Harralson, A J, Peachtree. 

Harden, A M,- McDonough nr Raw- 
son. 

Hardeman, M, Whitehall. 

HarkieiSic Co, Marietta junc Walton 

Hirshberg, Jacob 118 Whitehall. 

Heath, D H, Decatur nr Fort. 

Hentschel, E, 52 e Alabama. 

Hicks & Lynch, Decatur st b Cal- 
houn and Butler. 

Hinton, H B, Peters nr Booth al. 

Holbrook <fc Bro, 73 Peachtree. 



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Hoi man & Co, 57 Peachtree. 
House, W P, Decatur nr Fort. 
Howell, C A, Decatur nr Calhoun. 
Hugheni W C, Loyd nr Decatur. 

Seep 138. "• 
Humphries, N H, Peters opposite 

Stephens. 
Jackson, S, 46 Peachtree. 
Jones, W A, junc Larkins st and 

Green's Ferry road. 
Kane, B, Decatur nr Calhoun. 
Kerr & Webb, Peachtree. 
Kile <fc Co, 22 Peachtree. 
Kile, Wm, c Peters and Barracks. 
King, Geo, 108 Whitehall. 
Kirklio, Wm, (col) Decatur nr Fort 
Lackey, Thos, Marietta. 
Laird, Wra & Co, c Whitehall and 

Garnett. 
Land rum, J N" ifc Co, 71 Peachtree. 

Langston ^ Bellenger, Ivy nr 

Cedar. 

Lester, S, Peters. 

Little, F M, Peters nr R R. 

Love, Joe L & Co, c Maretta and 
Simpson. 

Lowe, J T & Bro, P^orsyth and 
Peters. 

I^ynch, Jas, Sr, 41 Decatur. 

Lynch, Peter, 92 Whitehall. 

Mahoney, M, Decatur and Cal- 
houn. 

Malone, T J, 117 Whitehall. 

Martin & Whitten, c Peters and 
Thompson. 

Mason, Mrs W R, Gilmer nr Col- 
lins. 

Mathews, A B, c Gordon and Lee, 
West End. 

Mays ^ Bro, Marietta nr Bar- 
tow. See p 98. 

McNamara, Mrs C, c Decatur and 
Calhoun. 

Mecaslin, J H, c Decatur and Ivy. 

Meador, W F, Decatur nr Collins. 

Middlebrook & Barnes, Peters nr 
Barracks. 

Mitchell, W D, c Peters and Mc- 
Daniel. 

Moody, A, Peters nr Forsyth. 

Morris & Bro, 50 Peachtree. 



Morris, T A, c King and Ga 11 R. 

Morton, A F, Pry or b Hunter and 
Whitehall. 

Murphy, Mrs D, Eraser nr Rich- 
ardhoii. 

Muse, E H, Peters c Hammond. 

Myrick, E <fc Co, Decaiur st. 

Nelson, J H, P- ters nr Walker. 

Odell, J W, Deoatm nr Piatt. 

Ogletree & Son, Mitchell nr White- 
hall. 

O'Shields, Simpson, M.nrietta st 

Parks, John, Decatur nr Calhoun. 

Parsons, Rich, Mitchell nr Davis. 

Pajme & Bro, 86 Peachtree. 

Pease, P P, c Mitchell and White- 
hall. 

Perdue, Jas P, Broad st. 

Perkins, J 1- <fc Bro, Peachtree st. 

Pendleton, JmueB & Co, Mitchell nr 
Whitehall. 

Phillips, Mrs C, Decatur c Bell. 

Phillips, Charles & Co, MitchM. 

See p 72. 

Phillips, W li, Jr. & Co, 43 Peach- 
tree. 

Pool & Good*^, Marietta nr Gain. 

Pitts, A L, c Decatur and Bell. 

Polk, J K, Mitchell. 

Reordean, John, Decatur nr Yonjje 

Richards & Morris, Peters opposite 
St^hens. 

Robertson, E A <& B L, Jones nr 
Peachtree. 

Rumsey, Jas A, Peachtree. 

Sawtell^ H C» 96 Whitehall. See 
page 206. 

Schofield & Son Marietta opp. 
Rollin&r Mills. See p 106. 

Sewell, Ja« P, Gordon and W. End. 

Simmons & Hunt, Marietta 

junc Walton. See p 98. 
Simmons, Wm S, M-irietta. 
Skinner, J & Co, 99 Whitehall. 
Smith, L J <fe Co, Mitchell near 

Whitehall. 
Stanton, W L, Peters nr Stephens. 
Stovell, M T, Peters nr Stephens. 
Tate, Jas, Decatur nr Moore. 
Tatnm A Co, Bartow nr Marietta. 
Thonipson, J B, Marietta st. 



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TbompBon, Bros <fc Co, 87 white- 

haU. 
Tidwell & Holliday, 98 Whitehall. 
Townaend, D C <& Co, 6 w Mitchell. 
Waddail, B C&Co, 112 Whitehall. 
Ward, W A, HooHton nr Batler. 
Watkins, J C, o Decatur nr Moore 
Watts, A, c Eraser and Rawson. 
Wells, T L, 78 Whitehall. 
Werden & Bro, c Mitchell & Loyd 
Werrenway, Joseph, Houston nr 

Calhoun. 
White, ThoB, Decatur st. 
Witt> H H & COf c Peachtree 

and Jones. See p 158. 
Wood & Ashford, c Ivy & Decatur 
Wyley, Robert A, Marietta near 

Bartow. 

GUNSMITHS. 

Hentz & Berkele* s Whitehall. 
See p 84. 

HAIR BRAIDING. 

Wilda Madame, 47 Whitehall. 
Spahr Mrs M, 44 Whitehall. 

HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Ac. 

Alexander J M <fe J C, 45 Whitehall. 
Clark T M & R C, 27 Peachtree. 

Eiohberg & Langesc^er* 32 

Peachtree. See p 148. 

McNaughti Ormand & Co, 11 

Whitehall. See p 118. 

Morrrison, Bain & Co, 47 Whitehall 

Tommey, Stewart & Beck, 79 whMl 

WadflWOrth W L, 24 Whitehall. 
See p 96. 

HATS AND CAPS. 

WHOLBSALB AND EETAIL. 

Holbrook J M> 40 Whitehall. See 
page 172. 

Holbrook J C, 9 Peachtree. 

Salmons & Alexander, 42 

Whitehall. See p 168. 
HIDES AND LEATHER. 
Elsas <fe Bro, c Piyor and Mitchell. 



HOOP SKIRT MANUFACTURER 
Titlebaum Wm, 29 Whitehall. 

HOTELS. 

American Hotel, c Ala and Pryor. 
Campbell House, Decatur nr K R 
Depot. 

Cannon House? i^ Marietta. See 

pa^e 132. 

The H I EimbaU House* See 

illustration. . 

M Stubblefield Houses cor Ala 

and Pryor. 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Buice J D, 68 Peachtree. 
Franklin H* 28 Peachtree. See 
paffe 70. 

Hunnicutt ft Bellingrath* 9 

Marietta. Sec p 146. 
Huestis A Hope, 73 Whitehall. 

Lang^ord L B) 31 Whitehall. See 
page 94. 

Richardson F M, 4 e Hunter oor 

Whitehall. 
Wadsworth W L, 24 whit< hall. 

See page 96. 
Warlick J W, 1 7 Marietta. 

INFIRMARY FOR THE BLIND 

Hooten Dr W A, cor Collins and 
Baker. See p 116. 

INSURANCE. 

[See Agents.'] 

IRON DEALERS. 

Alexander J M A; J C, 45 Whitehall. 
Clark Thos M & Co, c Peachtree 
and Line. 

HcNaughtt Ormand ft Co, 11 

Whitehall. 
Morrison, Bain <k Co, 47 Whitehall. 
Scofield L, office cr>r Broad and 

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IRON FOUNDERS. 

[See also Brass Founders, 

Hoy t D, c Foundry and W & A R R 
Porter & Butler, c King <Ss Ga R R. 
Winnbip <fc Co, W & A R R near 

Foundry. 
Withers Walter S< new Mineral 

sprine. See p 140" 

JEWELLERS. 
[See Watchmakers and Jewelers.'] 

JOB PRINTERS. 
Constitution office) 8 s Broad- 

See page 160. 
Economical office, 3 w Alabama. 
Franklin 8team Printing House, 6 

south Broad. 
Intelligencer office, 20 Whitehall. 

New Era officOi 1 w Alabama. 
Reynolds, T S, 7 e Alabama. 
Sun offlcOi c w Broad and Ala. 

True Georgian office^ 9 west 

Alabama. See p 110. 

LAMPS AND LAMP OIL. 

Franklin H, 28 Peachtree. See 
page 70. 

Hagan J T, IH Whitehall. See 

page 92. 

Seltser H, c Broad and Walton. 
WarUck J W, 21 Marietta. 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

Banks H & Son, 39 Peachtree. 
Banks I T, 66 Whitehall. 
Cahn Bros, 90 Whitehall. 
E^dleman <fc Brown, 7 Decatur. 

Force 6 H ft A W, 33 Whitehall. 
See p 78. 

Markham M O, 69 Whitehall, 

Price Geo W, 37 Peachtree. 

LIME AND CEMENT. 

Ladd A C» c Forsyth and W & A 
railroad. See inside front covec. 

Howard Lime and cement works, 
Kingston, Gra. See p 202. 



LIVERY, SALE AND FEED 
STABLES. 

Archer & Taylor, w Alabama st. 

Jackson A J ft Co, Pryor near 
Alabama. See p 148. 

Jones O H 4& Co, Loyd b Alabama 
and Hunter. 

Tennessee, w Alabama c Forsyth. 

LOCKSMITHS. 

[See Gfimsmilhs.] 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Allen James O, Decatur street. 

Bell W S <fc Co, c Prvor and Line. 
Hardin M A« Marieta nr Walton. 
Lands berg A, Loyd c Railroad. 
Longley 6i Robinson, c Gilmer and 

Butler. 
Murphy & Merriam, c Forsyth and 

Hunter. 
Cook, Pitts & Co, W <fc A R R nr 

Foundry. 

Feck J C & COf Decatur near 
Yonge. See p 138. 

Rice & Mitchell, Grubb c Cone. 

MANTUA MAKERS. 
[See Dressmakers.] 

MARBLE YARDS. 

Atlanta, D N Judson, agent, 44 

Peachtree. 
Oray Wi S B Oatman, agt, e Ala 

nr Washington. See p 94. 

MEAT MARKETS. 

Chapman J L, agt, 104 Whitehall st. 
Coffin T T, west Peters. 
Hnrralson S B, Marietta st. j 

Hi rschberg Jacob, 118 Whitehall. 
Kries M, c Decatur and Pryor. See 

p 158. 
Levi Nol, Peters nr Stephens. 
McCrary, Peters nr Forsyth. X 
McFarland T, Decatur st. 
Merritt W O, c Hunter <& Wash'n. 



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OrtagUB R S, Marietta Rt. 

Sparks & Tye, 19 Peachtree, aud 

102 Whitehall. 
Terhune James, 79 & 81 Peachtree 

and 104 Whitehall. 
Williams J A, Mitchell c Elliott. 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Campbell Beau & Coi i^ white- 
hall. Seep 108. 

Champe T C, 15 Marietta st. 

Finch Wm» l* Whitehall 8t See 
page 122. 

Eiseman & Bro, ^6 Whitehall. 

Se»^ p 76. 
Lowe W B <fc Co, 44 Whitehall. 
Lynch J, 2 Whitehall. 
Purtell Mrs J H. 7 Peachtree. 

MILLINERS 6i FAN.CY GOODS 

WHOLESALE AND BETATL. 

Dnrand Mrs H Ft ^^ Whitehall. 

See p 106. 

Knox W 6t 25 Whitehall st. See 

page 122, 
O'Connor <fc Reeves. 7 Marietta st. 
Wiseberg M, 33 Peachtree st. 

BBTAIL. 

Block E, 45 Peachtree st. 
Barnett Mrs, 47 Whitehall st. 
Durand Mrs M F, 59 Whitehall st. 
See p 166. 

Frank Mrs J, 43 and 45 Decatur st. 
Holroyd MisM S, 6 e Alabama st. 
Hulbrooks J M, 40 Whitehall. See 

page 172. 
Knox W G, 25 Whitehall st. See 

page 122, 
McDowell Mrs E L, 35 Whitehall. 

See p 136. 
O'Connor Mrs E P, 31 Whitehall. 
O'Connor & Reeves, 7 Marietta st. 
Wiseberg M, 33 Peachtree st. 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 
liarth Carl F, DeGive's Op House. 



Cook George & Co, 13 Marietta st. 

PhUlips & CreW> c Marietta and 
Peachtree. 

Beeves J F» 4 s Broad St. See 
pa*^e 238. 

Bichards J J^& S B, 6 east Ala- 
bama St. See p 162. 

PROFESSORS & TEACHERS. 

Barnwell V T, c Peters & Forsyth. 
CUrkWillF, 111 Whitehall. 
Eckford Mrs B G, bds J C Whit- 

ner's. 
Fisher Wm, Nelson nr Mant/um, 
Hensler Wm L, 1 n Broad st. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIOD- 
ICALS. 

Constitution) 8 s Broad. See 

page 160. 
Christian Index and S W Baptist, 

6 s Broad. 
Deutche Zeitung, Loyd c Dec.itur. 
Hanleiter's Atlanta City Directory, 

office 1 n Broad st. 
Intelligencfr, 20 Whitehall. 
Medical and Surgical Journal, office 

46 e Alabama. 

Methodist C Advocate, Powell's 

block, Peachtree. 
New £ra« ^ Alabama and Broad. 

See p 174. 
Plantation, c Broad and Marietta. 
Rural Southerner, 1 and 3 d liroad. 
Sun^ (^or w Alabama and Broad. 

See p 1 80. 

True Georgian, 9 e Alabama st. 

NOTIONS & FANCY GOODS. 

Charaberlin, Boynton A Co, 57 
Whitehall st. See p 80. 

Knox W G, 25 Whitehall at. See 
page 122. 

Keely John, 55 Whitehall st. 

Moore <fe Marsh, 17 Decatur. See 
pRge 140. 

Peck-, DeSauUes & Co, 64 Whitehall 

Rich Wm <& Co, 3 Marietta st. 

Ryan John, 60 whitthall st. 



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Silver, D«mgherty Ss Co, *3 and 5 
Decatur st. See p 110. 

NURSERIES. 

Atlanta, Hardin & Cole. See In- 
dex. 

Brangan Alexander, 2 miles on Mc- 
Donough road. 

Gate City, Gordon & Puttillo. 

OYSTER AND FISH DEPOTS. 

Atlanta Ice House, R R nr white'll 
Cook Lewis, 84 Whitehall. See p 120 
Pease and his wife, 2 e Alabama st. 
Peel John, 25 Marietta. See p 182 

PAINTERS. 

HOUSE AND SIGN. 

Huwald & Gantt, c Broad and 

Hunter. See p 206. 
Vlackie Wm, 31 Whitehall. 

McClure & Harry, granite blk, 

n Broad st. See Index. 
Paris J A, c Hunter and Pryor. 



PAINTS, OILS, &c. 

Atlanta Southern Oil Works, No 4 

Line st. 
Bradfield Dr L H, Broad nr Hunl'r 
Huwald & Oantt, c Broad and 

Hunter. See p 206. 

Lansdell W A, 27 Whitehall st. 

See page 80. 
Pemberton, Taylor & Co, c Peach- 
tree and Decatur. 

Bedwyie A Fox, 19 Whitehall st 

See p 126. 

PAPER MILLS. 

Atlanta, Wm McNaught & Co, 
77 Whitehall. See p 118. 

PAPER WAREHOUSES. 

Elsas & Brother, corner Piyor and 
Mitchell. • 

McNaught Wm & Co, 77 white- 

hall. See p 118. 






PAPER AND RAGS. 

Elsas <fc Bro, c Pryor <fc Mitchell. 
MirNauerht Wm ^ Co, 77 Whitehall. 
Lynch H, Marietta nr Bartow. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

DiU & Maier, 36 Whitehall. See 
page Index. < 

Kuhn^ Smith, 27 Whitehall st. 

See p 162. 
Lane O R, 12 e Alabama. - 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alexander J F, office 42 Whitehall. 
Asher W C, Marietta nr Walton. 
Baird John B, Mitchell nr Crew. 
Baird James B. Mitchell nr Crew. 
Bauldin H E, Calhoun op College. 
Benton & Prophitt, Broad near 

Hunter. 
Biggers S T, Powell's bfk, Peach- 

tree. 
Boring John M, Forey th b Alabama 

and Hunter. 
Boring Jesse M, c McDonough and 

Fair. 
Bozeman James, Mitchell nr Crew. 
Bradfield J, Broad nr Alabama. 
Calhoun E N, cor Wasiiington and 

Peters. 
Caf^sin E S, 84 Whitehall. 
Cleveland Wm, Houston nr Jiicks^u 
C<>oke T. R, empire block whiu-hall. 
Crawford George G, 28 Whitehall. 
Croft G W, c Harris find Butler. 
D*Alvignoy N, Jenkins nr Collins. 
Dozier T H, c Gilmer <fc Pr.itt. 
Drake W G, 49 Peachtree. 
Durham & Son, 17 Decatur. 
Fitzgerald M, Decatur nr city limits 
Goldsmith W, cor Peachtiee and 

Alexander. 
Hirdeii W P, 42 e Alabama. 

Heal E, H-* Whitehall. See p 06. 
Eloliiday J S. c Forest Avenue aud 

Calh(»un. 
Hoover H L. c Nelson & Trebursey 



Oliver J S <fe Co, cor Alabama and 1 Hooten W A, c Collins <fe Baker. 
Forsyth. See p 116. 



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Johnson J T, 55 Whitehall. 
Judson Wm N, Decatur c Collins 
Law J H, Poweirs bl'k, Peachtree. 
Logan J P, 56 wWtehall. 
Love <fc Ingraham, Powell's block, 

Peachtree. 
Law J H, McDonongh nr Fair. 
MoFall J W, Harris nr Butler. 
Miller & Johnson, cor Broad and 

Marietta. 
Moore W C, c Marietta and Spring 
Neely R F, c Crew and Fair. 
O'Keefe D C, 55 whitel.all. 
Orme F H, Capitol buildiLg. 
Orine L H, c Broad and Marietta. 
Parker A M, Thompson nr Garnett 
Pegg W G, Hunter nr Butler. 
Piuckney Chas, Calhoun nr Gilmer 
Pomeroy R S, c Marietta & Broad 
Powell F T, 34 Peachtree. 
Powiell T S, Pryor nr Hunter. . 
Price J W, Kimball House. 

Baudienberger Charlesi 60 

Whitehall. See p 107. 

Ray E S, 28 Whitehall. 

Roach E J, c Whitehall & Peters. 

Salter S F» empire block, white- 
hall. See p 74. 

Simmons J N, granite bl'k. Broad. 

Slaughter J T, Trebursey nr Race- 
track. 

Sterling W -L, Cain nr Luckie. 

Stout S H, 50 Whitehall. 

Stovall O, Broad st. 

Thomas Q W, Ivy nr Pine. 

Thompson Joseph^ c Pryor & Jones 

Thompson W R D, Decatur st. 

Vance J W, 33 Whitehall st. 

Vason J M, cor Washington and 
Alabama. 

Wells W N, 28 Whitehall st. 

Westmoreland J G, 42^ e Alabama 

Westmoreland W F, Marietta opp 
Capitol. 

Wilson J Staiirback, Kimball hou^e 

Withers E D, Grant Building cor 
Broad and Marietta. - 

Woodbury J F, Ivy nr Harris. 

PICTURE FRAMES. 

FoXt Wm K, Marietta ^ Broad. 
See p 82. v 



Phillips ft Crew, Marietta 
and Peachtree. 

PLAINING MILLS. 

Cook, Pitts & Co, W <fc A R R, nr 

Foundry. 
Longley <Jb Robinson, c Gilmer and 

Butler. 
Feck, J C ft Co, Decatur near 

Yonge. See p 138. 

PLUMBERS. 

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PRODUCE DEALERS. 

[See Grocers,'] 

RESTAURANTS. 

Ballard, W J, Passenger Depot. 
Capron, H L, Mitchell nr Whitehall. 
Cook) Lewiflt 34 Whitehall. See 

pa^e 120. 
Coiurluin, Jolm, I3 Alabama o 

Broad. See index. 
Exchange, 11 w Alabama. 
Oelrich, Peter, 15 Whitehall. 
Pease and his Wife, 2 e Alabama. 
Feel, Johll) 25 Marietta c Broad. 

See p 182. 
Rosser's, Decatur nr Ivy. 
Spencer <fe Livsey, 11 n Broad. 

SACK FACTORY. 
Mitchell, W A, 115 Whitehall 

SADDLES, HARNESS, <Smj. 

Andrews, E ft Co* 7i Whitehall. 

Seep 120. 
Browning, T N, o Walton and 

Broad. 
Davis, S H, 30 Peachtree. 
Finneyi A T, *? n Broad. See 

page 154. 
Ford, J J, Mitchell nr Whitehall. 

See p 90. 
Hayden, G H, c Forsyth and Peters 
Johnson, J L, c Mitchell and Broad. 
Rogers, 6 C, 18 Decatur, 



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SADLERY HARDWARE. 

Andrews E & Co^ 7i Whitehall. 

See p 120. 
Rogers, G C, 13 Decatur st. 

SASH AND BLINDS. 

Longley & Robinson, c Gilmer and 

Butler. 
Peek) J C & Co, Decatur near 

Yonge. See p 1 38. 
Pitts, Cook & Co, W & A R R nr 

Foundry. 
Rice 68 Mitchell, c Grubb and Cone. 

SALOONS. 

Ale Vault, baaement Kimball 

House, Wall st. 
Ballard, W J, Passenger Depot. 
Bender, Wm, Hunter nr Forsyth. 
Berron, P, Forsyth b Marietta and 

Walton. 
Broad, John, c Broad and Hunter. 
Coughlin, John, is w Alabama. 

See p 206. 
Daly, Martin, c Whitehall and M & 

WRR. 
DeSmit, F & Co, Peters st. 

Doonan, Francis, Marietta c 

Bartow. See p 146. 
Exchange, U, w Alabama. See 

page 104. 
Fecnter^ E, 36 WTiitehall. See 

page 100. 
FlecK, Dan, 5 e Alabama. 
Forest Saloon, Decatur opp City 

Park. See page 170. 
Folsom, L B, 4 Decatur st. 
Globe Saloon, 1 1 Decatur opp. 

Kimball House. See p 142. 
Grady, T F, 22 e Alabama. 
Griffin, J L, 94 Whitehall. 
Haverty, M, Marietta st. 
Hentschel, G, 52 e Alabama. 
Hill, Jno, c Marietta and Peachtree 

Kenney's Ale Depot, Pryor nr 

Alabama. See p 121. 
Mabry, Miles, Decatur st. 
Maher, M E, 2 w Mitchell. 

McGnire's Ale Depot, 6 under' 

KimbaU House, bee p 302. 



MoNally, M, basement Kimball 

House. 
Meister, P A B, Peters nr Forsyth. 
Muhlinbrink, H, 20 Whitehall. 
Oelrich, Peter, basement 15 white- 

haU. 
P E X 10 U 8, Marietta nr Broad. 

Seep 182. 

Planters' Saloon^ Peachtree c 

Grubb. See p 144. 

Queen & Reed, Marietta st. 

Richter, Otto, Mitchell nr Broad. 

Schultz & Baxter, 61 Peachtree. 

Smith, John M, c Peters and M ds 
WRR. 

Clark &i Chisolm, 15 Marietta. 

Spencer & Livsey, Granite Block n 
Broad St. 

Steadman <fe Kries, rear of 9 Ala- 
bama St. 

Wallace, D, © Hunter nr Ala- 
bama. See p 132. 

Webb, Jim P, Decatur opp. Park. 

Turf Exchange, 6 Decatur. See 
page 178. 

Shackelford <fc Co, Campbell 

House. Seep 106. 

SEED STORES. 
[See aho Druggists,'] 
Echols, Sam'l A, 1 and 3 s Broad. 

Goidtsnoven E Van, pa^^e 13 6 

15 Peach tre St. 

Johnson Mark W, Broad near 
Alabama. 

SEWING MACHINES. 
[See Agents,"] 

SHOE AND BOOT MAKERS. 

Albright A, under James* bank. 
Dopson S <fc Co, Foundry corner 

W&ARR. 
Dorsett John, Marietta nr Bartow. 
Eisenhut & Klassett, under James' 

bank. 
Flipper Festus, (col) Decatur. 
Flynn Mathew, Marietta st. 



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Gainefl <k Jenkins, Powell's block, 

Peachtree st. 
Gle^on Wm, e Hunter. 
Holmes A Perry, (col) e Alabama. 
Holmes Wm, (col) Broad nr Hunter 

HngheB Chas & Son, Pryor b 

Alabama 6e Hunter. See p 136. 
Jenkins G W, 61 Peachtree. 
Eeircher A, Alabama nr Pryor. 

Eeltner & Bakestraw, i^*^ 

Whitehall st. See p 68. 
Long Saml) 13 Marietta St. See 

page 134. 
Minor J, (col) Mitchell st. 
Murdlook Y A, Whitehall st. 
Tolbert & Hilton, cor Walton and 

Broad. 

VogelBberger LouiS) 63 white- 

h^l. See p 130. 

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SLATE ROOFERS. 

Shroeter John H, 9 Marietta st. 
See J) 304. 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS. 
Hitchcock & Co, Houston nr Fort. 

STENCIL CyTTER. 
Dntton Benj Z, 51 Whitehall. 

STOVES, TIN WARE, Ac. 

Buice J D, 63 Peachtree. 
Franklin H» 28 Peachtree. See 

rage 70. 
_ & Harti Peters nr MoDaniel 

See p 122. 
Huestis ii Hope, 73 Whitehall. 

Himnicutt & Bellingrathi 9 

Marietta st. See p 146. 

Langford L B, 81 Whitehall. See 

page 94. 
Richardson F M, 4 e Hunter. 
Warlick J W, 15 MarietU. 

TIN SHOPS. 

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TOBACCO COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS. 

Hillsman, Burt & Co, 67 Whitehall. 

Jordani Howard & Harralson 

83 Whitehall. See p 74. 
Maddox Robt F, 2 Pe«cbtree. 
Meador ft BrOi 35 Whitehall. See 

page 114. 
Sharp, Boroughs 6i Co, 84 whiteh'l 
Winter J L, 22 e Alabama. 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. 

[See also Cigar Manufacturers.] 

Dunn R H <fe Co, Broad nr Hunter 
Hall G W» Marietta st. See p 88 
Hatcher E N, c Ivy and Cedar. 
Richmond J L 62 (Jo, Forsyth near 
Alabama. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Bohnefeld H, 68 Whitehall. ^ 
City Coflin works», Pottji s 8t. 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Brannon R C, b Peters & Forsyth. 
Ihrginzinger S £> Hunter near 

Whitehall. See p 76. 
Logue, 78 Whitehall. 

VARIETY STORES. 

Beaverson A Culverson, west End. 
HftgftTi John T) ^^ Whitehall. 
See p 92. 

Jacob S, 46 Peachtree. 
Rosenstrauss M, 52 Whitehall. 
90 cents store, 5 Peachtree. 

WALL PAPER AND WINDOW 
SHADES. 

Kendriok S S & Son, 1 6 Marietta. 
Lynch ft CO) ^ ^^hitehall. See 



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Pdachtree. 
Richards J J ft S P, 6 east Ala- 
bama. See p 162. 



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WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS. 

Balhnan Wm, 10 whitehaU st. 

Se p 234. 
Bookout J M> cor Marietta and 

Broad. See p 142. 
Freeman J W, 13 Marietta. 
Guilmarin T J, corner Walton and 

Peachtree. 
Griflfin Wm, 32 Peachtree. 
Gerbie Charles, 45 Peachtree. 
Herman B, c Marietta & Peachtree 

Lawshe ft Haynes, so white- 
hall. Sea p 200. 

Plummer E T, 9 Peachtree. 

Sharp ft Floyd, 33 Whitehall. 
See first page cover. 

Solomonson S L, i^ Whitehall. 
See page 132. 

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WILLOW & WOODEN WARE. 

[See House Famishing Goods.] 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 

WHOLESALE. 

Cahn Bros, 90 Whitehall. 
Cohen <k Co, 43 Whitehall. 

Clayton ft Webb, 72 Whitehall. 

See p 126. 
Cox & Hill, 31 Peachtree. 
TTili John M« 13 Marietta. See 

' page 138. 
Jones Paul, Broad nr Hunter. 

Kenny's Ale Depot, » Pryor. 

Seep 121. 
Maddox R F, 2 Peachtree. 

Philadelphia ft Atlanta Wine 

and Liquor Co, 5 north Broa<l. 

See p 202. 
Wallace D, Hunter nr Whitehall. 

Seep 321. 
Winter J L, 22 e Alabama. 



Mrs. S. E. McFAIL, 

Fashionable Dress Maker^ 

UP STAIBS, 31 WHITEHALL ST., 
^TL^NTA., - - - GEORGIiL. 



Respectfully solicits a continuancd of the patronage of her 

friends and the public goneraUy. 



W. A TIGNBR. 



WM. H. HULSBY. 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

Offtce up first stairway below James' Bank, Huge building. 

Will attend to all business entrusted to them in the Clrcull, and will also practice In the United 
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Valuables Received for Safe Keeping. 



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Still Vierits the honor of being unrivalled by any other in the 
Southern States, and is fast approximating that position which will 
entitle her at an early day, to the proud fame of being the metrop- 
olis of the South. Her rapidity of growth, and expanding com- 
merce, is only equalled by the famed cities of the West ; and we 
are happy to chronicle the fact that the past twelve months have 
borne ample evidence of its contiued prosperity. 

In addition to several other excellent and well kept hotels, we 
can now boast of the 

H. I. KIMBALL HOUSE. 

This magnificent structure is a "parallograra, fronting 2J0 feet 
on Pryor street, the sides being 160 feet each on Decatur street, 
and Railroad Avenue," or W'all street, a^ it is more appropriately 
called. It is a vast, elegant, and substantial structure or stone, 
brick and iron, the whole including seven stories of the extent de- 
scribed above, divided into sixteen larce and commodious stores, 
spacious dining and ball rooms, billiard hall arcade, and three hun- 
dred and seventeen oarlors and sleeping rooms, besides offices, pan- 
tries, kitchens, laundries, etc." Elegantly furnished and supplied 
with all the appliances of a first class hotel. It is an ornament 
and valuable adjunct to our city, and a lasting monument of the 
enterprise, ability and tact of its projector. It is under the man- 
agement of S. E, Critendon & Cj., who conduct it with all the 
^andeur, convenience and luxuriance characteristic of any hotel 
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We can boast of men in almost every branch of science, art and 
mechanism, who would do honor to aby city in the world, and to 
whose skill and labor Atlanta is greatly indebted for much of her 
prosperity and reputation abroad. Her merchants, though young 
m the race, are the peers of any in the country. Their enterprise 
and sagacity being readily acknowledged throughout the Union. 

TRADE, ' 

During this spring, has been at least fifty per cent, greater than 
any proceeding year, and for the past twelve months amounted to 
fully $25,000,000. The number of dwelling houses built during the 
month of January, 1871^ was not lees than double that of the same 
month heretofore. Houses for business purposes have scarcely kept 
pace with the growth of the population, tnough they have been 
numerous and extensive. 

REAL ESTATE 

Sales have amounted, during the past year, to over half a million 
dollars, one house alobe having transacted sales not much short of 
$100,000. According to the assessments, so far as completed, we esti- 
mate that the value of real estate will reach about $13,000,000. In 
the 5th Ward alone, the increased value, over last year, has been 
33 per cent, though nearly, if not quite, half a million dollars is 
now exempt fiom tax by becoming the property of the State. 

We have been to some trouble to ascertam the amount of goods 
sold in our city during the past 12 months, and by personal visits 
to some thirty of our leading merchants, have obtained the follow- 
ing items : 

GROCERIES. 

Seventeen grocery and produce merchants have sold in the past 

twelve months goods to amount of. $5,000,000 

There are one hundred and fifty others, with sales rang- 
ing from five to seventy-five thousand dollars per an- 
num, and it is a low estiniate to say their sales amount 
to about 4,000,000 

Total groceries 9,000,000 

DRY GOODS. 

Twelve dry goods merchants have sold during the past twelve 

months • $2,550,000 

Twenty-two others, probably 1,000,000 

Total dry goods 3,550,000 



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**Sales have amounted duringthe past year to over 
one and a half million dollars, one house alone having 
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MISCELLANEOUS. 

Candy manufacturers. $250,000 

Furniture 100,000 

Clothing 500,000 

Jewelry 175,000 

Crockery = 400,000 

Books and Stationery 200,000 

Liquors 1,000,000 

Hardware and Iron ' 500,000 

Drugs, Medicines, etc 375,000 

Tobacco and Cigars 1,750,000 

Shoes and Boots 700,6oO 

Foundries 150,000 

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Total Groceriesand Produce 9,000,000 

Total Dry Goods 3,550,000 

Aggregate : $18,410,000 

Add to this sum that produced by the small manufacturers, 
trades, etc., and the amount cannot fall short of $25,000,000, but 
having given the above facts, which can be relied upon, we leave 
to intelligent financiers the interesting task of forming their own 
estimate which can be readily done by those versed in such matters, 
after a glance at our Business Directory, and consultation of the 
foregoing figures. Our object is to give to the intelligent reader, 
abroad as well as at home, some idea of the total financial transac- 
tions of our city, and a basis upon which to form an estimate of 
of business done in the various oranches of trade. If we have done 
this we shall feel amply repaid for the laboi bestowed, and gratified 
that a benefit has been conferred upon our city, our patrons, and, 
we might add, upon posterity. 

Having yielded so much space to the proceedings of the recently 
organized Pioneer and Historic Society, and the important letters 
contained within this number, we have only to add that since the 
issuing of our last volume there have been great accessions to our 
population, ^and the material interests of our city, have steadily ad- 
vanced. Many of the enterprises spoken of in our last, as then 
projected, have been fully accomplished, while others are nearly 
so. Among the institutions of our city we are proud to number 
the 

OGLETHORPE tTNIVERSITY.' 

"This institution, incorporated in 1835, was first opened at Mid- 
way, near Millegeville, Georgia, when it ran a career of great use- 
fulness, graduatmg, in the space of twenty-five years, nearly three 



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hundred of its matriculates. Large Dumbers of these have devoted 
themselves to the Christian ministry and to the great work ot 
teachinff, while many others have taken prominent rank m profes- 
sional life and other useful pursuits. The friends of the mstitution 
look to the record of the past with mingled feelings of gratitude 
and pride. In 1870, after a suspension of some years caused by 
the late war, the site was changed to Atlanta. With a location pro- 
verbial for healthfulness, in the midst of a population filled with 
energyV activity and the spirit of progress, with enlarged privileges 
granted in an amended charter, and with a corps of mstructors 
well known to the Southern public, it is hardly too much to say 
that a higher degree of usefulness in the future may be considered 
a certainty. It is the purpose of its friends to make the institu- 
tion a University in fact, and not merely in name. The acadenaic 
department is now in successful operation with a constantly in- 
creasing patronage. An able law Faculty has been chosen, a"d it 
is hoped other professional schools will soon be established. While 
the institution is under the care of the Presbyterian Church, noth- 
ing secterian is admitted into the course of instruction. Candidates 
for the Christian ministry of every dQi\omination receive tuition 
free of charge. Persons desiring further information, will address 
the President, Kev. David Wills, D. D." 
Our new and magnificent 

UNION PASSENGER DEPOT 

18 nearly completed, andfuUy realizes the expectations of all, being 
one of the most extensive, complete, and elegant in the country. 
Several manufactories have been added to our city, among which 
we may mention those for furniture, soap, broom, and fancy candy, 
&c. The wholesale 

CANDY MANUFACTORY, 

of Mr. F. E. Block, on Broad street, though but recently estab- 
lished, is turning out fancy and stick candy equal to any in the 
country in quality or price. It is the only establishment in the 
South which manufactures all kinds of French as well as the 
plainer varieties of candy. This manufactory alre^^dy ships goods 
to six different States, and the proprietor will sool \ake extensive 
improvements to meet his largely increasing trade. 

THE ATLANTA PIONEER AND HISTORIC SOCIETY. 
In compliance with a request made by the publisher of this Di- 
rectory, tne following named gentlemen assembled within the par- 
lors of the H. I. Kimball House, on the evening of the 24th of 
April last, for the purpose of lending their aid in perpetuating the 
incidents connected with the early history of Atlanta, viz: Wm. 
Ezzard, J. Norcross, J. A. Hayden, H. C. Holcombe, David Mayer, 
John H. Flynn, John Glenn, Thos. Kile, M. J. Ivy, John Silvey, L. E. 



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M. Bray, D. N. Poore, and Wm. R. Hanleiter. 

The main portion of the evening's conversation, as phonetically 
taken at the time, is recorded below, and contains some interesting 
facts and incidents not heretofore published. The meeting was 
pleasant and social, and composed of gentlemen who represent the 
foremost ranks of society. 

Before adjournment, the gentlemen present, on motion of the 
writer, organized themselves into the " Atlanta Pioneer and His- 
toric Societv," and unanimously elected ofl3cer8 for the ensuing 
year, as follows : Wm. Ezzard, President, Jonathan Norcross, 
Vice-President, and Wm. R. Hanleiter, Secretary. 

Messrs. L. E. Bleckley, J. Norcross and W. M. Bray, were ap- 
pointed a committee to draft a constitution and by-Jaws. After 
which, the Society adjourned, to meet on the 3d Monday evening, 
in May following. 

PROCEEDINGS. 

Mr. John Thrasher.— When I arrived in this place, in 18f39, 
the country was entirely covered by forest. There was but one 
house here at that time and that stood where the old postoffice was 
formerly located ; it was built of logs and was occupied by an old wo- 
man and her daughter about 16 years of age. I found a man also, named 
Thurman, living in the country near by. I went to work building and 
fixing up, and built a store. First one moved in from the country and 
then another until wc had a right smart little town. The people around 
here were verypoor. There were a great many of the women wore no 
shoes at all. We had dirt floors to our houses. There was a man 
named Johnson with me in the store, and the firm was Johnson <Sc 
Thrasher. That was the only store in the place at that time. 

As the place grew up the present site of Whitehall street was the 
place for drinkiug and fighting. After a while I sold out and went to 
Griffin, and there is a period of a few years that I do not know much 
about. I came back in 1844 and went into business on Marietta street. 
At that time Mr. Norcross had a horse saw mill which was regarded as a 
great curiosity. People came from the country on purpose to look at it. 

The next event of importance is the attempted mcorporation of the 
town. There was a charter procured, but a few of us declared that we 
would not have such laws as they had made. A lawyer said that he 
could break up the whole thing for |50 and we paid it, and went on 
without a charter until the feext meeting of the Legislatu^'e. This was 
in 1846, and in the year 1847 they got another. Marthasville was in- 
corporated in 1842, 1 believe. 

At one time while I was absent from town, my brother-in-law who 
was associated with me in the store boua:ht a piece of land 30 feet front 
running back 200 feet between Mitchell and Hunter streets, next to 
Jones' building for $60. I was very much provoked when I heard of 
it, for I had previously refused to give |5 an acre for the same land, 
and he had given at the rate of |2 a foot for it. I told him if he made 
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sure. A little while after he sold the tame piece of property for IdO, 
and I told him the fqols were not all dead y«t, and never to buy another 
piece of property in Atlanta bv the foot again. 

Decatur street was called Murrill Row, and was a great place for 
cock fighting. The first engine that came here was called the Florida. It 
was brought up from Madison drawn by 16r mules. The people were 
nearly wild. They came from the country for miles to see it. I recol 
lect that when they started the engineer got the people to push it. 

There was one particular piece of property that I wanted, after the 
town got settled and was named Atlanta, and that was called Lloyd's 
corner. I tried for 16 years to buy that property. The first time he 
asked me $'},000, and I offered him 12.600. After a while I concluded 
to ^ive him hi«» piice and then he asked me $4,000. 1 concluded to 
give him $4,000, and he asked me $5,000, and he went on in that way 
until he got up to $26,000, and I ft»»ally took it at that price. It went 
up from $3,000 to $25,000 before the trade was made. This property 
around here (Kimball House) was at one time put up at auction and 
was bought for $250. 

Hon. William Ezzard.— The name of the "Gate City" was given to 
Atlanta in Charleston in 1866, and it came about in this way : When 
the road was completed connecting Charleston with Memphis, the peo- 
ple of Charleston put a hogshead of water from the bay on the car, and 
their fire engine and went on with them to Memphis and carried the 
water there for the purpose of mingling the waters of the Atlantic with 
the Mississippi. In the year 1867, in May or June, the Mayor of Mem- 
phis and a large number of gentlemen and ladies came here on their 
way to Charleston, carrying water from the Mississippi, and they had 
their fire engine with them also for the purpose of mingling the waters 
of the Mississippi witt the waters of the Atlantic. They arrived here 
about 12 o'clock. I was then Mayor of the city and we gave them a 
reception and prepared a handsome collation for them. They seemed to 
be very much pleased with the treatment they received. The next 
morning they left fof Charleston, and with them myself and a large 
number of ladies and gentlemen from this city. We arrived in Charles- 
ton and had a grand time there. We paraded there and marched down 
to the bay and there went through the ceremony of pumping this wa- 
ter from the Mississippi into the ocean. There was on this occasion a 
great many people present from all portions of the State of Georgia, 
and from all parts of South Carolina. There was a grand banquet 
given by the people of Charleston. Everything was well arranged. 
There was a coramitte appointed to prepare toasts for the occasion. 
There was a toast drafted tor Savannah, one for Macpn, one for Augusta, 
one for Atlanta, etc. The toast prepared and given for Atlanta was : 
"The Gate City, the only tribute which she requires of those who pass 
through her boundries is that they stop long enough to parUke of the 
hospitality of her citizens." That was the substance of the toast 
although I do not remember the exact language. After that Atlanta 
was always called the " Gate City," and it never was known as that 
before. I responded to this toast for Atlanta. It was given I suppose 
from the fact that this railroad had just been construct^ through the 
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ocean, and there was no other way to get to either place except to pass 
through Atlanta. 

The first engine that came here was called the Florida. It came up 
from Madison and was drawn by 16 mules. The first car that came 
here was made at Milledgeville by General Madison, keeper of the Pen- 
itentiary. It. came through Decatur. The engine was built and came 
up here, I believe, before the car that I have spoken of. 

Mr, Nokcboss. — At the time I was elected Mayor there were what 
was called an orderly party and a rowdy party. The rowdy party was 
very strong, and they bid defiance to law and were very bitter against 
me because I was in favor and took active steps in the direction of law 
and order. The leaders of this party, the rowdies and rufiians and 

fimblers, swore that I should not be the Mayor of the city, and said if 
did not resign I should leave town. I concluded I would not do that, 
and two or three mornings after I was inaugurated I got up and found 
a cannon pointed directly at my store door. They said that they had 
fired it off, but there was no mark of any shot around my store any- 
where. They swore the cannon should remain there until I left. I 
went around and took counsel of the good citizens, and I found that 
f here were plenty of men who, when, they could have the law to uphold 
them, were ready to enforce peace and good order. We organized abcfut 
forty or fifty and drilled, and they were well drilled too. There was a 
yoimg man by the name of Chase, a bold, active, determined young 
man, who was foremost in the matter. This rowdy party saw the 
movement that was being made against them, and they went to work 
and entrenched themselves, and swore that they would not be arrested, 
but when they saw the force that was collected against them they made 
no resistance. From that time to this the people of Atlantahave been 
a peaceful and law-abiding people, that is^ the party ol law and order 
have been triumphant whenever they have showed their determination 
to uphold the law and preserve the peace. Mr. Formwalt was the first 
Mayor and I was the fourth. 

There is one or two more items that I want to mention, and one of 
them is this : When the Georgia Railroad was finished, or about 
that time, there was a change made in the kind of currency used for 
change. The usual way of keeping accounts was by 6^^ cents, 12^ 
cents, 37^ cents, etc., fractional parts of a cent being used. I was the 
first man that commenced keeping accounts by the Federal money sys- 
tem, cents, dimes, half dimes, etc., and I believe Atlanta was the first 
place in Georgia this change was inaugurated. The first mei chants 
that came here were men of small capital, almost no capital at all, and 
who were not able to give credit. Trade was always brisk. A good 
deal of trade always centered here, but our merchants never sold on 
credit, and the consequence was that from the first we established a 
cash trade, and a result of this system was we always sold our goods 
for a less price and realized less profits. 

JuDGB HiTDEN. — fJ[j friend Kyle here wrote to a man in New York 
stating his circumstanqes, and saying that he wanted about $15 worth 
of li^or, and he started out on $15 worth of liquor on credit. 






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Mb. Norcboss. — The earliest merchants that cajne in after John 
Thrasher were myself and Collier & Lloyd. The first time that a train 
of cars came here on the Georgia road, which was about the 1 5th of 
September, 1845, there were but two stores here that sold general mer- 
chandise, and they were Collier & Lloyd and myself. Kyle had a little 
grocery store, and Dunn had a little bonnet and hat store, but they did 
not amount to a great deal. 

Judge Haydbn.— -When I first came here, Mr. Norcrosa had a saw- 
mill turned by two old blind horses, and he sawed about 176 feet of 
lumber per day. The women of the country came in on purpose to 
look at It, and the peeple swore that he fed his horses on sawdust. This 
mill watt located just about where the Air-Line Railroad Depot is now. 

Mb. Nobcboss —The first hotel here, after the Georgia road was 
finished, was started by Dr. Thompson. Previous to that there was a 
little house here on this (Kimball House) pquare, with two rooms on 
the ground and two above. That was all the hotel and all the board- 
ing house there was in Atlanta. The postoffice was there too. 

Mb. John Glenn.— The first engine that came here was in 1844, 
hauled up from Madison. It came through Decatur, and I think there 
were at least 500 men came up with it from Decatur. 

Mb. Ezzabd. — T recollect very well when the first passenger car came 
up from Milledgeville. The Western <fe Atlantic road was then finished 
as far as Marietta, and the car went on through. There was one old 
farmer that made the engineer promise that he wouJd stop and let him 
and daughter walk over the bridge across the Chattahoodiee. 

Mb. Nobcboss. — I recollect very well the arrival of the first train of 
cars over the Georgia Railroad. It was on the 16th ot September, 1845. 
The train came in about dark, Jugde King was on board and a great 
many others. There were a great many people out, and there was a 
great deal of excitement. There was a well in the square here and 
such was the excitement, and it being dark, a man fell into the well 
and was drowned. Judge King came very near falling in there also. 
It was dark and he was just on the point of stepping in when some one 
caught him and saved him. I suppose there were about twenty fiun- 
Hies here at that time. 

Mr. Meykb. — ^In 1848 there were 216 votes polled at the election for 
Mayor. There was great excitement, and everybody was drummed up. 

. Mb. Kyle. — In 1843 there were about seven families here. Just 
beyond where the Governor's mansion now stands was the burying 
ground. The present cemetery was not established until Sept., 1850. 

Mb. Nobcboss.— The next great event in the history of Atlanta was 
the arrival of the cars on the Macon road. It was m 1846 or 1847. 
When it fell into new hands the name was changed from the old Mon- 
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up and they commenced to buiW it. They at first decided to run the 
track in up by the State road shops, and to make the depot there. With 
that view, the embankment up there was constructed. Those of us who 
lived here then and had bought property, thought that the town would 
be up there, and we went to work and held a meeting and brought all 
the influence we could to bear upon the company to get them to change 
the proposed location and bring it down here, and we prevailed on Mr. 
Tyler, who was President of the company, to bring the road d »wn here 
(Kimball House) to this public square, upon condition that Mr Mitchell 
would give a place for the depot. It was done, and that was a turning 
point in the history of Atlanta. 

Mb. Thbashbb. That was my ruin. I bought 100 acres of land with 
the expectation that the Macon road would stop up by the State road 
shops, and when I found that the road was going down here, I was very 
much enraged, and sold out my interest in that 100 acres for $4 an acre, 
although it was about one-half of what I gave for it. I did not think 
the property would ever be worth any thing out there, and I sold out 
and went to Griffin. 

Mb. Nobcboss. — ^The reason why the streets are so crooked is, that 
every man built on his land just to suit himself. The charter that was 
broken up by "cousin John" and those associated with him, provided for 
the appointment of commissioners to lay out the streets, but they were 
not allowed or would not exercise their duties, and so every man built 
upon his own land just as he pleased. There were only a very few that 
believed there ever would be a town here at all. That was one reason 
why the commissioners would not act, they did not think it a matter of 
much importance. Gov. Crawford did not believe that there would 
ever be a city here, and Col. Long, the Chief Engineer of the Georgia 
road, said that Atlanta would never be anything but a wood station. 

Judge Hatdbn. — Col. Long spent all of his money at Marietta. He 
spent thousands of dollars there. He gave it as his opinion that when 
all the roads were built, Atlanta would consist of a cross road store, a 
blacksmith's shop, and perhaps, a little oobler's shop. 

Mb. Nobcboss. — I do not think that any of the engineers of the roads 
except L. P. Grant, had any idea that Atlanta would ever be a large 
town. 

THE FIRST MURDER. 

Mb. Nobcboss. — ^The first man that was murdered was killed below 
the house where I lived dawn near the LaGrange depot lot. I don't 
recollect his name. 

Mb. Bba.y. — His name was McWilliams, and he was killed by a man 
named Bill TerrelU He was stabbed. It was during a canvass in 1848. 

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that illumined the whole town. Soon after this fire commenced, the 
alarm was given at a warehouse two or three hundred yards oft, and 
several bales of cotton were destroyed. Then, about the time that fire 
had been extinguished, another alarm was given. The property dam-, 
aeed and lost was very lar-e. There were of course no steam engines, 
or no engines ot any kind, nothing but buckets of water with which to 
put out the fire. During the fire some one entered the Georgia railroad 
depot and with an axe broke open the money drawer and took from |40 
to $70, There were search warrants issued and arrests made and a court 
of investigation held. There was great excitement. The impression 
was that thieves were those who brought about these fires for the pur- 
pose of getting an opportunity to rob. 

THE FIRST CHURCH. 

Mb. Kylb.— The first church that was built was a Methodist Church. 
It Was'built by public subsoription. That was built about 1845. 

JuDOB Haydbn.— The first place that I attended church in Atlanta 
was up here in the Methodist Church (Wesley Chapel). After that they 
commenced preaching in the Baptist Church. They first built a school 
house, which was also used as a churCh. Then they moved from that 
place, when the lot was sold, down to where the church now stands, 
ftie next year the Baptist Church was built. ' 

CiPT. Bbay. — My recollection is, that the first church I attended after 
I came to AtlanU in July, 1848, was the Methodist Church. The 
Baptist Church was in process of erection at the time. The Methodist 
Church was a simple hull of a church, and remained so for a long time. 
My impression is that services were first held in the Methodist phurjoh, 
but that the Baptist Church building was first completed. 

THE FIRST MAN HUNG. ^ 

Mb. Nobcross.— The first man hung was Radford J Crockett, and 
the name of -the next man was John Cobb. 

THE FIRST LAWYER. 

L. C. Simpson was the first lawyer, and S, B. Hoyt the first law 
student. John T. Wilson and S. B. Hoyt, studied law together and 
went into partnership. Hoyt studied a little before Wilson. 

ORIGIN OF THE NAME OF ATLANTA. 

Mb. Nobcboss. — I recollect distinctly how the name of Atlanta was 
given to this city. It was foronerlv called Marthasville, and was also 
known throughout the State as Whitehall. I had a conversation with 
J. Edgar Thompson about it, and he said that he was going to call the 
depot ATLANTA in connection with the Western and Atlantic Rail- 
road. He said he did not care what they called the town, but he was 
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marked ATLANTA, and very soon the town carae 'to be known as 
ATLANTA. It was not named after the goddess Atalanta, and only 
the most ignorant p«H)ple called it by that name. I recollect the matter 
distinctly. Atalanta had nothing to do with it. 

Mb. Flynn. — I never began to hear of the town beinij called AtalanU 
until we began to get proud. I always und«T8iood that the reason the 
city was called Atlanta, was because it was one end of a connt-ctini; link 
between the Atlantic ocean and the waters of the Mississippi*; and it 
was several years before I ever heard of its being named after the god- 
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PRICE OF BOARD, ETC. 

CoL. BLECKLBY.—In 1851, board in Atlanta, at hotels, was $12 per 
month. Dr. Thompson, in 1851, advanced his to $15, and many of his 
boarders left on that account. The price at private boarding houses, 
was from 8 to 111 per month. 

Mb. Holcombe.— In October, 1847, I leased Washington Hall and 
kept that hotel until two years from that time./ I boarded persons for 
$12 50 per month. I bought chickens from ^ to 10 cents per pair; 
butter from 8 to 10 cts. per pound; eggH from 6^ to 10 cts. per dozen. 
I have bought good beef for 2^ cts. per pound ; ahd the first time I paid 
6 cents a pound for beef was during a fair held at Stone Mountain. 
There was not room enough at Stone Mountain, and we had to provide 
for a good many at Atlanta. 

THE FIRST FRAME HOUSE. 

Mb. Thbi^sheb.— The first frame house was built on the comer of 
Whitehall street in the summer of 1846. It was considered, at that 
tune, as bemg out in the woods. 

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H. C. HoLCOMBE.—In the year 1844 I was in Atlanta, Georgia, (then 
MarthasviUe,) and found only a few small houses on Decatur street, 
opposite the Kmiball Hou«e, two or three on Kiles' corner, and some 
few scattering shantees on other points. 

No running of the cars here then— there being no railroads com- 
pleted to this point at that time, (July 28th, 1844). 

I became « citizen of Atlanta on the 4th of May, 1847. I then found 
a population of about two hundred and fifty or three hundred persons 
counting all ages and colors, males and females. ' 

In September of that year the Methodist Episcopal Church held its 
quarterly meeting under a cotton shed which stood very near the pres- 
ent residence of Mr. James H.' Porter, on Wheat Hreet. 

There was not then a church buil<ling in the place sufficiently large 
m which that assembly could be convened. All of the lots now occu^ 
pied by church edifices were then in rough brush and forest • trees. 
Ihere was a circular saw cutting lumber by horSe power on the lot now 
occujiied by the second City Market House, which is now being used 
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The ffrounds npon which now standg the depot and office building ot 
the State Railroad were surrounded by the sturdy oaks of the forest, 
the immediate grounds being a caney marsh, the surfioe of which was 
some twenty.five to thirty feet below the present gradmg. Cattle were 
frequently found mired and fast in the marsh, having gone there to 
feed on the switch cane and other marsh growth. 

There were then but two houses on Alabama street, between White- 
hall and Loyd streets ; and the first fire that occured in AtlanU con- 
sumed one of them-the same being in Ap"^>1850. The first killing 
that occurred in AUanta was the case of William Terrell killing ene 
Mr. McWilliams by stabbing, which took place m 1847. Dr. JN . U. 
Hilburn was murdered by Elijah Bird (his brothfer-m-law), who cut his 
throat, from which he died instantly. Dr. D'Alvigny was soon at the 
spot, ^d pronounced him dead in a few moments after the cutting 
took place, which was in December, 1850. Bird was ^terwards con- 
victed of murder for that act, but was pardoned by the Legislature. 

The first brick house erected in Atlanta was the Atlanta Hotel, 
which occupied the grounds now supporting the Southeast corner ot 

the Kimball House. ,. , 

I saw the *• razor-strap man » in 1847 standing on a l^^ge 8^"™P; 
from which a tree had but a little time before been cut, m Whitehall 
street, in front of the present drug store of Redwme & Fox, crymg 
his razor-straps off, and saying that he had " a few more of the same 
sort left." Then there were but a few houses in that part ot the city, 
and they were not densely located. , ^. s. ^ 

Atlanta was incorporated by the Legislature of 1847, and the act ot 
incorporation provided for the election of a mayor and five members 
of council ; and the first election under that charter was held at Kiles 
comer in January, 1848. There was a few over two hundred votes 
polled at said election, which terminated in the choice of Moses W. 
Formwalt for the first mayor of the city of Atlanta. 

The first calaboose or city prison was put up in 1848 of hewn Um- 
ber three logs thick— the middle tier or course— set in the waU on 
the end. The building was twelve feet square on the outside and 
about eight feet square inside, and stood on the corner of Alabama 
and Pryor streets, in front of the American Hotel, that place then 
being remote, and the inmates not likely to annoy any of the citizens 
while being confined therein. . 

The grounds now occupied by the Medical College were, in 1847 
and 1848, covered with a deep and thick forest, in which small wUd 
game wjere to be seen, and frequently picked off by the apt and anxious 
marksman. ' . 

The1i)uilding known as the Storr's School House is in the midst of W 
what was the Targe fields then being planted and cultivated by the Ivy ' 
family, who were the owners of all that portion of grounds lying in 
that vidnity. 

The cemetery, or the ground used for that purpose then, are now 
covered with desirable and handsome residences, and are located on 
the left of Peach tree street, commencing North of the street crossing 
just beyond the residence of Col. N. J. Hammond. That was the city 
cemetery until 1850, when the older portion of the present cemetery 



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grounds were purchased by the mayor and council ; and the Brst grave 
was opened in said grounds on the 22d of September, 1850, and con- 
tains the mortal remains of a stranger hero bv the name of Asahel 
Caven, who sickened while traveling, but stopping at the old Wash- 
ington Hall Hotel, and there having died, wa^ interrel by the I. O. of 

f^'' i^ being ascertained that he was a member of that order. 

Those cedar trees now growing so laxurantly in a l»t on Marietta 
street, opposite the State Capitol, were transplanted there by Dr. Nat 
Austin in 1848, that lot b^ing that year opened up from the wild forest 
by the said Austin. These trees were then more fe witches, not so large 
as a convenient sized walking-cane. 



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Mr. W. E. EanUUer: ^"^^' ^"' ""^ '*''' ^'''- 

Deab Sir — In answer to yonr note asking me to give vou some 
information relative to the naming of Atlanta, I will stalte that in 
the year 1845, J. Edgar Thompson, Esq., the present distinguished 
Civil Engineer and Railroad King, was the Chief Engineer of the 
Georgia Railroad from Augusta to its ianction with the Western 
and Atlantic Railroad, then known as Marthasville. At that date 
I was the Superintendent and resident Engineer of the finished 
portion of the road from Augusta to Covington, and it became a 
part of my duty to arrange the freight lists, and to notify the pub- 
lic of the opening of the road from Covington to Marthasville. 

I was not satisfied with the name given a point that, even at that 
early day had become somewhat notorious by the Hon. John C. 
Calhoun, who, on passing through to the Memphis Convention, 
prophecied a great city in the future. I wrote to Mr. Thompson, 
who then resided in Madison, asking him to think of a name that 
would suit the place better. His reply was in substance as follows : 
''Eureka — Atlanta, the terminus ot the Western and Atlantic 
Railroad— Atlantic masculine, Atlanta feminine — a coined word, 
and if ygu think it will suit, adopt it." I was delighted with the 
suggestion, and in a few days issued the circulars adopting the 
name, and had them very generally distributed throughout Georgia 
and Tennessee, and at the next session of the Legislature, the act 
of incorporation was changed by inserting Atlanta in place of 
Marthasville. Yours, truly, Richard Peters. 



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Atlanta, Gsobgia, Ja^> 1, 1871. 

Capt. W. R.' Haxlbiteb : Dear Sir— In compliance with your re- 
Quegt I herewith furnish such information in reference to the sanitary 
condition of Atlanta, and its claims as a health rei^ort as an experience 
of five years as health officer of the city has enahled me to present. 
Meteorological, Barometrical and Thermometrical observations have 
been recorded, I apprehend, by other and competent professional gen- 
tlemen. The altitude of AtlanU is 1060 feet above the the level of the 
'sea. The climate is remarkably saluberous, and the atmosphere pos- 
Besses in a high degree an elasticity that is observed by all who have 
resided or visited here. Als a locality promotive of health it will com- 
pare favorably with any Southern city. 

As a summer resort it is attracting' much attention, and many seekers 
of healtt and pleasure repair hither to enjoy the pure and exhilerating 
air of this climate. The morbid sensation of languor and sense ot 
wiariness incident to lower latitudes and which state is induced by ex- 
haustion of strength and the encroachment of agents that exist in less 
favored localities and that impair health by the constant draft upon the 
vital forces, and that' tends to lessen the vigor of the system, is never 

experienced here. , , .!•..« 

The water of the Atlanta Mineral Spnngs has demonstrated its eft- 
Aenoy as a remedial agent. Its patrons have not failed to secure the 
advantages that ^ere developed by an analysis funiished by I rot. A. 
Means, in 1869. The Spring yields 60 gal^Jpns per hour, and the re^ 
port of the analysis is here reproduced : 

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The analysis thus made indicates that the water is applicable to such 
diseases as Dyspepsia, General Debility, Chronic Diarrhoea, Torpidity 
of the Secretory functions, etc v •♦ 

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has had an accession of about 10,00 inhj^bitants, the knowledge of which 
fact will serTe, to some extent, to account for the increased number of 
deaths. During the years 1866 and 1867 the victims of Small pox 
contributed a large per centa^e to the lists of city interments. Atlanta 
being the point of intersection of a number of railroads, in order to 
arrive at an approximate estimate of the true sanitary condition of the 
city, due allowance must be accorded for invalids, who being in tran- 
situ, not unfrequently find places in our mortuary reports, m the act 
of making a temporary sojourn here in order to seek repose or recover 
from the effects of fatigue or exhaustion incident to travel. 

In September, 1866, some excitement prevailed in the community in 
consequence of the existence of Cholera. And in order to arrive at a 
proper understanding of the extent of the epidemic as it existed in ihe - 
city, an extract from the report of the Board of Health, furnished at g 
that time, is reproduced : "Asiatic Cholera having made its appearance Jg 
in this city, it devolves upon the Board of Health to make such report ^ 
of the cases, and the circumstances attending them, as the facts may 
justify. On Saturday, the 8th inst., a company of Federal recruits ar- 
rived from New Port Barracks, Ky. On reaching the quarters pro- 
vided for them in the city, it was discovered that three ot the number 
were suffering from an attack of Cholera, one of whom was pulse- 
less and in a state of collapse — this proved fatal. The remaining two 
were violent, but are now convalencent. Three other cases were de- 
veloj>ed last ni^ht, but each of a mild form. No apprehension is en- 
tertained that tnis much dreaded epidemic will extend in the commu- 
nity, those who came here with it having been stationed at a post on 
the Ohio river where the infection had made its appearance. Persons 
desiring to visit the city may do so with impunity, danger of contract- 
ing the disease need not be apprehended." 

It will be perceived, that the disease was contracted elsewhere— &o 
case originated in the city, which is prima facie evidence that we shall 
be exempt from the terrors of this scourge of some of our Southern 
cities. 

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population. Although they number within the city limits about 3,000 
less than the whites, yet the mortality shows an excess of 487 deaths 
for the past five years. A result due, doubtless, in no inconsiderable 
degree to their ignorance of the laws of Hygiene. 

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THE FIRST CIVIL WAR IN ATLANTA AND HOW IT 

• TERMINATED. 

Dunne the first five or six years of the existence of Atlanta, the 
rapid growth ol the place naturally brought together all sorts ot people. 
Intellifen^ and ignorance, virtue and vice struggled for the ascendancy 
for a W time, with dubious and changeful results. B'val towns 
throughoft the country charged the inhabitants of the youthful "burg 
with Veins too much' abdicted to "free drinks," "free games," and 

"free fightV' and « f"*'' t''«'«' ^» *«"''^'* '^'"""^ ***' '''*''*' 

That Dortion of the citizens who deprecated this excessive lawless, 
oels orffized themselves under the name of the "Law and Order 
& "fTorder to put an end to the reckless doings of their oppon- 
rnil^the^o called "Free and Rowdy Party." To compass this more 
ra^dly the LaW^^ Order party applied for and obtained a city char- 
K 1847 Between these opp^«i"«^»«^i^°« a fierce combat for power 
S, with varying success for several years. Matters progressed in 
[hfs fihion until 1861. In this year Mr. J Norcross, the candidate for 
MayoTof Law and Order party, was elected to office after an ex- 
citing contest. The uneauivocal and decided manner in which the new 
Scumbent had denounced the ruling spirit of vice and disorder in the 
town, had rendered him very obnoxious to the disturbers of the public 

peace. i> 1 a 

In consequence threats agwnst the new Ma>or were freely uttered, 
and the iniormation drculated that Mr. Norcross would be made to 
resign his office or quit the place. But Mr. Norcross not bemg intimi- 
dated by these threats, and standing boldly upon the plattorm ot right 
and iustice, it was determined to use harsher means ibr his subjugation. 
The ring-leaders of the rowdy element procured from Decatur a small 
cannon, which they placed in position, pointed at Mr. Norcross store, 
choosing a dark night for this display of war-like tactics. The cannon 
was fired blank and a notice left that on the following night the piece 
would be loaded with the missels of death, and fired in the same diiec- 
tion unless the obnoxious proprietor would resign or leave the town. 
The'crisis in the affairs of Atlanta had arrived. It resulted most tor- 
tnnately for the future peace and prosperity of the city. A revolution 
upon a small scale was inauguated whose passing cleared the moral at- 
mosphere of the Gate City ^nd left it clear and healthy. Upon the day 
of the proposed outrage against the authority of the Mayor, a secret 
conclave ofthe City Council was held, in which it was determined to 
call upon all the citizens to organize immediately a volunteer and special 
police force. The call was made and nobly responded to. Excitement 
ran high. To the great astonishment of the ring-leaders of the Free 
and Rowdy party, the <'itizens, almost en masse, rallied to the support 
of the Constitutional authorities, and the ranks of the volunteer and 
special police force were quickly filled. The result of the matter was 
that in a few hours these "Reds" of Atlanta, in spite of their opposi- 
tion, were routed, and the most of them securely stowed away in the 
little log calaboose which stood on the public square, where they were 
kept until disposed of according to law or the clemency of the Court. 



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In the Board of Council were J. A. Haydeo, W. W. Roark and John 
Jones, all "Law and Order" men. 

From that day to this no good officer of the city has ever lacked the 
assistance or encouragement due him by the citizens of Atlanta, in the 
enforcement of law and order within its limits. Owing to a division 
in the Law and Order party and the running of two candidates of that 
party tor the Mayoralty, the remnants of the Free and Rowdy party 
gained some advantages the following year. But ihis was followed by 
the election of Mr. John F. Mims by an overwhelming majority. This 
efficient and worthy officet*" was a standing terror to all evil doers. 
Every successor of his to the responsible office of Chief Magistrate of 
Atlanta since then has received the hearty support of all good citizens 
in proportion to the strictness and integrity displayed by him in the 
enforcement of the laws and ordinances of our prosperous and wonder- 
fully increasing city. 



We are sorry to say that our city is not supplied with as many 
legitimate places of resort as her population would justify ; and we 
can only refer the reader, aside from the various Lodges, Societies, 
Churches, etc., to the following places of resort, amusement, etc. : 

YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY. 

This institution contains at this writing, May 15th, 1871, 2,560 
volumes ; and, we are gratified to say, that accessions still continue 
to be made to the list of members and volumes. Seven hundred 
and sixty of the latter have been added to the library during the 
past twelve months, and the Library has circulated, during that 
period, over 8000 volumes. 

That indefatigable "Atlanta Kentuckian," Charlib Herbst, 
Librarian, still continues to dispense the benefits pertaining to the 
Library with the geniality peculiar to himself and gratifying to all. 

OGLETHORPE PARK, 

Is situated on the Western and Atlantic Railroad, about two 
miles from the general passenger depot, at the terminus of Marietta 
street;, which is one of the most pleasant and beautiful in the city. 
The Park was built to accommodate the Georgia State Fair last 
year, and contains a splendid track, drives, lakes, etc., and is des- 
tined, in a few years, to become a famous place of resort for the 
citizens of Atlanta. 

SPRING HILL COTTAGE, 

In addition to the " Atlanta Mineral Spring," proper, the med- 
icinal properties of which are undoubted. (For Analysis, see Dr. 
Simmons' letter, page 34). The visitor will find a neat cottage 



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supplied with suitable and pleasant rooms, where he can receive 
mineral, freestone, or medicated vapor baths, given nnder the di- 
rection of a good physician which renders a journey to the Arkansas 
Hot Springs unnecessary. There is 

^ . A PLATFX)BM FOB DANCING, 

One hundred and twenty-five feet long by twenty five wide. Also, 
an loE Cbeam Saloon, or Arbor, and a • 

MtrSEUM 

of many living curiosities. 

Parties desiring further information can address the proprietor, 
Mr. George Johnson. 

FINALE. 

In conclusion, we beg leave to refer our readers to the forthcom- 
ings work of Dr. J. Stainback Wilson, entitled 

"ATLANTA AS IT IS.'' 

This work, which treats of the (ocial, tnoral and sanitary condi- 
tion of onr city ; of its religion^ and educational institntions, prom- 
inent officials, principal bnsineo^ en^rprises, <&c., is now in press, 
and precludes the necessity ot a more particular mention of other 
improvements pertaining to onr city. From onr acquaintance with 
Dr. W., we feel fully authorized to recommend him as an accom- 
plished gentleman, and advise a pernsid of his forthcoming work, 
which will doubtless prove a credit to himself and of great service 
to all who hav6 a desire to know tacts in relation to oar city or its 
inhabitants. Not having seen his MS. or advance sheets, we can- 
not speak more fully of tne enterprise, but trust it will meet with the 
success which it merits. 



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Total Bonded Debt $858,000 



ASSETS : 

Real Estate— City Hall and Lot : $ 60.000 

City Property at Passenger Depot 120.000 

Magazine and Grounds 6.000 

Badger Estate Purchase 10.000 

Market House 8.000 

Oalaboose and Lot '. 1.500 

Fair-grounds and buildings. 80.000 

Stable grounds and stock 9.000 



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Annual Income 200.000 



Total AsseU '. $841,250 

Taxable Property $10,000,000 

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from the books in my office. The estimate on Real Estate Assets 
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ATLANTA MINERAL SPRING. 

To afford both health and pleasure, visitors will find in connec- 
nection with the SPRING HILL COTTAGE, a beautiful 

ICE CREAM ARBOE, OR SALOON, 

A Platform for dancing, 125 feet long by 25 teet wide. A num- 
ber of cool rooms attached to the Cottage, where you can get Min- 
eral Free stone, or Medicated Yapor Baths, thereby avoiding the 
necessity of going to the Hot Springs of Arkansas. Theie is also 

A. SPLENDID MUSEUM 

01" WILD ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC. 

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NEAR THE NATIONAL HOTEL. 

Dan Lynch's Old Stand. Free Lnnch.from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M., 
every day. Fechter & Mercer's Premium Beer, Deodora Whis- 
ky, Milk Punches, Summer Drinks of all kinds. The celebrated 
American Drink, "Nip Up." 

HAISTLEITER'S ~ 

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LIST OF M^YORa 

Of the Citj of Atlanta, from iti IneorporatioD to Janoary, 1871, iidmiTe. 



1. Mo^es W. Formwalt went into office Janaary, 1848. 

2. Benjamin F. Bo.mar went into office January, 1 849. 

3. Willys Buell went into office January, 1850. 

4. Jooathan Noi cross went into office January, 1851, 
6. Thomas F. Gibbs went into office January,* 1852. 
6. John F. Mims went into office January, 1853. 

John F. Mims resigned October 29, 1853. 

6. Wm Markham went into office November 14, 1853. 

7. William M Butt, went into office January, 1854. 

8. Allison -Nelsop went into office January, 1856. 
Allison Kelson resigned July 6, 1855. 

8. John Glen went into office July 20, 1855. 

9. William Ezzard went into office January, 1856. 

10. William Ezzard, reelected, went into office July 6, 1867. 

11. Lather J. Glenn, w<'ni into office January, 1858. 

12. Lather J. Glenn, re-elected, went into office January, 1869. 
18. William Ezzard went into office January, 1860. 

14. Jared I. Whrtaker went into office January, 1861. 
Jared L Whitaker resigned November 25, 1861. 

14. Thomas F. Lowe went mto office December 19, 1861. 

15. James M. Calhoun went into office January, 1862. 

16. James M. Calhoun, re-elected, went into office Janaary, 1863. 

17. James M. Calhoun, re-elected, went into office January, 1864, 

18. James M. Calhoun, re-elected, went into office January, 1866, 

19. James E. Williams went into office January, 1866. 

20. James E. Williams, re-elected, went into office Janaary, 1867. 

21. James E. Williams remained in office, there being do election, Jan- 

aary, 1868. 

22. W. H. Hulsey went into office January, 1869. 

23. William Ezzard went into January, 1870. 

24. D F. Hammond went into office January, 1871. 




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Municipal Election— by Wards— First Wednesday in December. 
Councilmen's M beting— Friday night in every week. 
Matob — Dennis F. Hammond. 

BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— C. P. Cassin and C. W. WeifiT^ 
Second Ward— R. J. Lowry and N. A. McLendon. 
Third Ward— S. W. Grubb and George Graham. 
Fourth Ward— D. D. Snyder and William Finch. 
Fifth Ward— F. P* Rice and A. L. Fowler. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance— Lowry, Cassin and Rice. .' 

On Ordinance«-^Rice, Fowler and Wells. 

On Streets — McLendon, Cassin, Finch, Rice and Grubb. 

On Wells, Pumps, Ao — Rice, Graham and Fowler. 

On Lamps, Ao — McLendon, Finch and Grubb. 

On Relief— C'assin, McLendon, Grubb, Snyder and Fowler. 

On Markets— Wells, Fowler and Finch. 

On Fire Department-^Lowry, Cassin and Finch, 

On Police— Fowler, McLendon and Grubb. 

On Cemetery — Fowler, Grubb and Wells. 

On Public Buildings— Wolls, McLendon and Lowry. 

On Public Schools— Fowler, Jjowry and Grubb. 

On Printing — Grubb, Graham and Rice. 

On Tax — Cassin, McLendon and Rice. 

Fire Wardens— John H. Flynn and J A Hayden. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Clerk op Council — S B Love. 
Tbeasureb' — Perino Brown. 
City Attorney — W. T. Newman. ; 
Tax Receiver and Collector — John Thomas. 
City Physicians- G. S. Cassin, W. P. Harden, T. R. Cook, W. N. 
Judson and William Moore. 

Superintendent Streets. — George Stewart. 

Superintendent Ai^s Hoube — W. Y. Langford. 

City Enqineer — J. A. Grant. 

Sexton — John Coiinolly. 

Keeper of Magazine — J. L. Porter. 

Hall Keeper — Patrick Fitzgibbon. 

City Assessors— I. G. Mitchell, L. C. Wells, J. N. Langston. 



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rOLIOE DEPj^RTMENT. 



Chiep Marshal — ^Thomas H Williams. 
Deputy Marshal — John L Johnson. 
IST Lieutenant of Police — D M Queen. 
2d Lieutenant op Police — J S Holland. 
Special Pouceman at Car Shed— Tim C Murphy. 



POLICEMEN. 



James Kilby, 
J R Parish, 
W L Hancock, 
Henry W Wooding, 
E F Couch, 
R O Haynes, 
Thomas Castillo, 
Patrick Hefieman, 
J A Hinton, 
Powell Owens, 
Michael White, 
L G Holland, 
J 6 Langley, 
R B Hutchens, 
H W Holcomb, 
A W Jett, 
Daniel Pitchford, 
C R Pennick, 
I J Cook, 
H J Holtzclaw, 



William Flynn, 
George Bomar, 
O P Woodliff, 
James McGee, 
F T Kicklighter, 
T T McHan, 
C M Barry, 
T M Buffington, 
J R Carson, 
W C Dickson; 
D P Kendrick, 
'R A Weaver, 
John Cason, 
J W Butler, 
John O'Sheals, 
Joseph Barnes, 
David Thurman, 
Joseph Berry, 
Socrates Ivy. 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 



D C O'Keefe, Chairman. 
T S Powell, 
J. P. iiOgan, 



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J W Craig. 



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Chief — John BerWe. 
Ftkst Assistant — Geo. Wallace. 
Second Assistant — Joel Kelsey. 
Secretary— B. F. Moore, 
Treasurer — B. B. Crew. 

ATLANTA FIRE COMPANY NO. 1. 

^ [steamer.] 

Organized March 24th, 1851. Incorporated April 4th, 1851. Meets 
first Monday night in efich month at their Engine House, corner Broad 
street and M. & W. R. li. 

OFFICERS. 

President — J. H. Mecaelin. . . 

Foreman — Jacob Emmel. • 

Secretary— Matt. Ryan. 

Treasurer — H. Mublenbrink. 

First Director — John Garmany. 

Second Director — M. J. EmmeL 

Third Director — John DominL 

Engineer — Jake Straddleman. 

First Assistant Engineer— D. D. Strong. 

Second Assistant Engineer— Charles Mann. 

Third Assistant Engineer — James Leonard. 

Axemen— Jerry Lynch, G. Haney. 

Delegate — J. E. Mann. 

Surgeon— D. C. O'Keefe, M. D. 

MECHANIC FmE COMPANY NO. 2. 

[steamer.] 

' Organized December 10th, 1856. Meets first Friday night in each 
month, at their Hall over Engine House, corner Washington street and 
Georgia Railroad. 

0FFTCEE8. 

President— W. D. Luckie, Jr. 
Vice President — J. M. Buioe. 
Secretary — B. F, Moore. 
Treasurer — C. C. Rodes. 
First Director — C. B. Crenshaw. ' 
Second Director-^D. W. Stallings. 



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Chief Engineer— J. M. Toy. 
First Assistant Engineer — J. R. Down«. 
Second Assi>tant Enginter — C. W. Buice. 
Third Assistant Engineer — W. H. Evans. 
First Assistant Director — M. O. D. Corput. 
Second Ast^istant Director — W. A. Teat. 
Pipemen — Jos. Hirsch, H. Gullatt. 
Axemen — H. Karwit^ch, J. H. Evans. 
Delegate — J as. G. Kelley. 
Surgeon — J. F. Alexander, M. D. 

TALLULAH FIRE COMPANY NO. 3. 

[steamer and hand.] 

Organized February 22d, 1859. Meets first Monday night in each 
month, at their Hall in Engine House, Broad street, between Marietta 
and Walton. 

OFFICERS. 

President — W. R. Bicrgers. 

Vice President — G. W. Jack. 

Foreman — C. P. Steadman. 

First Director — W. C. Sparks. 

Second Director — A. Boas. 

Hose Director — W. H. Patterson. 

First Assistant — Thomas CoRtello. 

Second Assistant — J. A. Perkerson. 

Assistant Hose Director — W. J. Warlick. 

Secretary — ^T. W. Gordon. 

Treasurer — J. R. Parks. 

Delegate — D. N. Judson. 

Surgeon — W. N. Judson. 

First Axeman — O. H. Bently. 

Second Axeman — John Connally. 

, R. E. LEE FIRE COMPANY./ 

[hand— LOCATED CA8TLEBERRY HILL.] 

Organized April 3d, 1871.- 

OFFICERS. 

President — S. T). Haslett. 

Vice President — W J Lumpkin. 

Foreman — E. F. Ceuch. 

First Director— W. P. Light 

First Aaftistant Director — F, M. Simpson. 

Second Direcctor — J. M, Stewart. 

Second Assistant Director— J. T. Backcus. 

Hose^Di rector — W. S. Flem mi ng. a 

Assistant Hose Director — W. B. Stroud. 

Treasurer — W. L. Morris. 



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Orgaftized November 28th, 1859. Mefets first Mooday night in each 
month at their Truck House on Fryor street^ between Alabama and 
Hunter. 

OFFIGEBf. 

Foreman — R. J. Lowry. 
Assistant Foreman — B. Blalock. 
Secretary — E. S. McCandlesa. 
Treasurer — J, H. Sterchi. 
Representative— I. S. Mitch elL 



BOA.R3D OF EDUOj^TION. 



Thirf Board organized on the 23d of December, 1869. It holds its 
regular monthly meetings on the fourth Tuesday in every month at the 
present office of the Secretary on Whitehall street, over Steinheiraer's 
store, at 8 o'clock p. m. from the 1st of May till the 1st of September ; 
at H p. H. during the remainder of the year. 

The members of the Board are elected by the City Council : one 
third for six years, one third for four years, and one \Wm\ lor two years, 
and are as follows : i 

Hon. Joseph E. Brown, President ; Jas. P. Logan, M. D. Vice Pres- 
ident ; E. E. Rawson, Treasurer ; Logan E. Bleckley, Esq., for six 
years. 

John H. Flynn, Esq., Col. L. P. Grant, David Mayer, H. T. Phillips, 
for four years. 

Wra. A. HemphiU, M. C. Blanohard, D. C. O'Keefe, M D., S. H. 
Stout, M. D., Secretary, for tw*) years. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On Finance— L. P. Grant, Chairman ; D. C. O'Keefe, H. T. Phillips. 

On Salaries and Supplies — D. Mayer, Chairman ; S. H. Stout, J. H.^ 
Flynn. 

On Buildings— J. H. Flynn, Chairman ; L. P. Grant, H. T. Phillips, 
E. E. Rawson, D. Mayer. 

On School Property — L. E. Bleckley, Chairman; L» P.. Grants J. P« 
Logan. 

On Library— H. T. Phillips, Chairman ; Wm. A. Hemphill, M.- C 
Blanchard. 

On Grievances — M. C. Blanohard, Chairman ; S. H. Stout, D. Mayer. 

On Printing and Revision — Wm. A. Hemphill, Chairman ; D. C. 
O'Keefe, J. H. Flynn. 

On Rules— J. P. Logan, Chairman; L. E. Bleckley, E. E. Rawson. 

On Examinations, Course of Study and Text Books— S. H. Stout, 
Chairman ; M. C. Blanchard, Wm. A. Hemphill, L. P. Grant, L. E. 
Bleckley. • 

On Sanitary Affairs— D. C. O'Keefe, Chairman ; S. H. Stout, J. P. 
Logan. 



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OHURCHES. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH IN ATLANTA. 

Number of Churches 8 

Number of Pastors , 6 

Aggregate menbernhip 169 1 

Aggregate Sunday School Teachers and Children 1307 

Presiding Elder Uev. W. H. Pott<?r. 



WESLEY CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, Peachtree street. Pastor, Rev Arminius Wright. Aggre- 
gate membership, 535. 

Church Services: Regular services every Sabbath at 10^ a m, and at 
7 pm, (Summer months 8 p m.) Prayer meeting;8 every Wednesday 
evening. Communion service first Sabbath in eac'i month. Church 
conference third Sabbath in each month. 

Secretary of Church Conference, Sidney Dfll. 

Board of Stewards : Wm Ezzard, Chairman ; E G Moore, Secretary ; 
Er Lawshe, Treasurer; J N Simmons, Recording Steward; Willi- 
Peek, G W D Cook, N J Hammond, J L Hopkins, C W Hunnicutt, J 
C Davis, G H Hammond, Sidney Dell, A M Reinhardt, W T Buzbyt 

Trustees : Wm Ezzard, Joseph Winship, Er Lawshe . N J Hamn>ond, 
J C Davis, J L Hopkins, G W D Cook, J N Simmon:*; H H Witt. 

Sabbath School: Every Sabbath at 3 o^clock p m. EG Moo^e, Su- 
perintendent ; Mrs H M Colquitt, assistant Superintendent. W Pat 
terson, Librarian. Aggregate Teachers and Children, 346. 

TRINITY M. E, CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, south side Mitchell street, opposite City Hall. . Pastor, 
Rev C A Evans ; residence, corner McDonough and Fair. Aggregate 
membership, 345. 

Church Services : Regular services every Sabbath at 10^ a m, and at 
7 p Mi (Summer months 8 p m.) Prayer meetings every Wednwday 
evening. Communion service first Sabbath in each month. Church 
conference first Sabbath in each month, (afternoon.) 

Secretary of Church Conference, J D Hammond. 

Stewards : E E Rawson, Wm Hammond, O H Jones, E P Chamber- 
lin, C L Red wine, W F Harris, F M Richardson, T S Powell, J M C 
Reed, L S Salmons, J M Holbrook, L H Beck. 

Trustees : E E Rawson, D F Hammond, L S^ Salmons, C L Red wine, 
F M Redwine, J M C Reed, W F Harris. 

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Saperintendent ; W A Hemphill, Librarian ; E Bennett Irwin, Secre- 
tary. Aggregate teachers and children, 408. 

EVAN& M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, comer of Stonewall and Racetrack streets. 

OAKLAND CHURCH. 

Location, McDonoagh street, south end. Pastor, Rev J M Dickey ; 
residence near Evans church. Aggregate membership, 350. 

Curch Services: Regular services every Sabbath at 10^ a m, and at 
7 pm, (during Summer 8 p m.) Prayer meetings every Wednesday 
eveninflc. Communion services : First Sabbath at Evans, and third 
Sabbath at Oakland. Church conference Monday night after each sec- 
ond Sabbath. 

Secretary of Church Conference, G L Copse. 

Stewards : C A Bowen, J T P*»acock, G L Copse, A L Smith, Wm 
Harneckor, F M C Aiken, W K Booth, J Cohron. 
, Trustees: John Collier, F M C Aiken, Dr W H Pegg, Rev J J 
Ford, Jos Cohron. 

Sabbath School: Every Sabbath at 3 o'clock p m ; John Collier, So- 
penntendent. Aggregate Teachers and Pupils, IS'i. 

PAYNES M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, comer of Luokie and Hnnnicutt streets. Pa*«tor, Rev D 
D Cos. Resides near church. Aggregate membership, 311. 

Church Services : Regular services every Sabbath at 10^ o'clock ▲ ic, 
and at 7 o'clock p m, (during Summer 8 p m.) Prayer meetings every 
Wednesday evening. Communion service first Sabbath in each month. 
Church Conference, Wednesday night each month after the first Sab- 
bath. 

Secretary of Church Conference, J W Roberts. 

Stewards : John C Hendrix, W W McAtee, W A Dea«, T J Grubb, 
J G W Mills, W D Payne, Geo Dudley, J Garwood, J W Banks, R 
K Paul. 

Trustees: J G W Mills, W D Payne, J C Hendrix, W W McAfee* 
R A Johnson, T J Grubb, J Garwood, S Pinion, T H Bond. 

Sabbath *Sch ool : Every Sabbath'at 3 o'clock p m ; J C Hendrix, Su- 
perintendent ; W A Deas, Librarian ; Mrs Isabella Lowe, Treasurer. 
Aggregate Teachers and Children, 200. 

EDGEWOOD M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, Decatur Road. 

ST. PAUL M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Location, Fair street, east. Pastor, Rev Geo P^ttillo. Renidence, 
Atlanta Female Literary Institute. Aggregate membership, 150. 

Regular Services : Every Sabbath at ipi a m, and at V p m, (during 
Summer 8 p m.) Praj^er meetin;;8 every Wednesday evening. Com- 



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munion service, first Sabbath at Edgewood ; 4th Sabbath at Fair street. 
Church Conference, third Sabbath at Edgewood ; 2d Sabbath at Fair 
street. 

Secretaries of Church Conferences, G T Hurt, Bowdoin. 

Stewards : G T Hurt, J W Aikens, N P Tutwiler, Robt Patton, W 
E Hanpy. 

Sabbath School : Every Sabbath morning at Edgewood ; every Sab- 
bath at 3 o'clock p M, at Fair street ; C F Aikers and F M Richard- 
son, Superintendents. Aggregate Teachers and Children, 200. 

FOURTH WARD MISSION M. E. CHURCH SOUTH. 

Pastor, Rev A J Denipsey. 

Church Services: Every Sabbath at 10^ o'clock a m, and at 7 p m, 
(during Summer 8 p m.) I^-ayer meetings every Wednesday evening. 
Communion service first Sabbath in eaqh month. r^ 

' FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHLTICH. 

Corner of Loyd and Hunter streets. Rev Wesley Prettyman, Pastor. 
Hourd of Service : Sabbath School, 9 o'clock a m ; Preaching at 10 1-2 
A M, and at 7 p it; Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 7 1-2 p li. 

FIRST BAPTIST. 

Corner Forsyth aLd Walton streets. Conference Thursday night be- 
fore the first Sabbath in each month. Communion first Sabbath m each 
mouth. Service every Sabbath attlOj, a. m. and 7^ p. m. Total mem- 
bership, 200. Rev E W Warren, Pastor. 

Deacons ; Lf»wis G Crawford, D S Kellam, C F Benson, John D Gray, 
L Dtan, J F Woodbury. L G Crasvford, Clerk. J M Harwt-ll, TreasV. 

Sabb'ith School. — Total numl>er teachers and 8ch(>lars, 200. A K 
Seago, Superintendent. C F Benson, Assistant Superintendent. Willie 
S Wilson, Librarian. J M Harwell, Treasurer. 

SECOND BAPTIST. 

Corner Washington and Mitchell streets. Conference Friday night 
before the second Sabbath in each month. Communion, Sabbath fol- 
lowing monthly Conference. Serv'ce every Sabbath at 10^, a. m. and 
7i p. M. Rev W T Brantly, Pastor. 

Deacons : I O McDaniel, S S Kendrick, A B Matthews, Edward White, 
James H Callaway. 

Sabbath School — Total number teachers and pupils, 175. Rev W N 
James, Superintendent. J H Franklin, Librarian. 

THIRD BAPTIST. 

Jones' Avenue near Western and Atlantic Railroad track. Confer- 
ence first Sabbath in every month. Communion every third Sabbath 
in the month. Total membership, 114. R^v H F Buchanan, Pantor. 

Sibbath School. — Dr W T Goldsmith, Superintendent. Thomas J 
Buchanan, Librarian. W H Bell, Secretary. Average attendance, 140 
members. Meets Sabbath afternoon. 






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Sabbath School — Average number teachers and scholars, 90. Dr J 
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Marietta between Forsvth and Spring streets. Total' membership, 
about 175. Communion first Sabbath in March, Jane, September and 
December. Service every Sabbath at lOj a. m. Rev John S Wilson, 
D D, Pastor. 

Elders : Wm McMillan, S B Hoyt, L B Davis, James Robmson, W 
P Inman, W M Lowry, C M Berry, W A Powell. 

Deacons : J R Wallace, L M Dimmick, W J Houston, J S Oliver, 
Charles Harmsen, ThQS G Heely. 

Sabbath School— Total number of teachers and scholars, 200. .Vol- 
umes in Library, about 1,100. L B Davis, Superintendent. JHSterchi, 

Librarian, 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN. * 

Washington street, opposite City Hall. Total membership, about 1 86. 
Sacremental meeting first Sabbath in alternate months, beginning with 
January. Service every Sabbath at lOi, a. m., and at night. Rev J T 
Leftwich, Pastor. 

Elders : Dr Joseph P Logan, Julius M Patton, Moses Cole, Wm Mc- 
Niiught, John C Whitner, A C Van Epps, A V Brumby. 

Deacons : Wm F Parkhurst, David C Beatie, John N Fair. 

Sabbath School.-— Total number teachers and scholars, 200. Wm S 
Laymaker, Superintendent. Wm F Parkhurt»t, Assist't Superintendent. 
J A Berry, Librarian. H T Emery and W Co we. Assistant Librarians. 

CATHOLIC— IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. 

Corner Loyd and Hunter streets. Rev Thomas O'Reilly, Pastor. 
Total membership, 900. First service 7^, a. m. in winter, and at 7 a. m., 
in summer. Second service, 10 J, a. m. Vespers, 4 p. m. 

Convent School of the " Seven Sisters of Mercy" adjoining Church. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 

Hunter between Loyd and Pryor streets. Service ev6ry Sabbath at 
10^, A. M. and 7^, p. m. Rev Thos M Harris, Pastor. 
Elders : John T Hall, F P Perdue. 
Deacons : J I Miller, E B Marshall. 
Sabbath School — MX) Marshall, Superintendent. Meets 9^, a. m. 

FIRST CONGREGA'nONAL. 

Storr's School, Houston street. Organized 1867. Number of com- 
municants, 65. Rev C W Francis, Pastor. 

Sabbath School meets 9-J, a m, and continues in session two hours — 
one hour of which time is devoted to devotional exercises. Temperance 
meetings are held in thia Church, 2nd and 4th Friday evenings of each 
month at 7^ o'clock. 



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Corner Washington and Hunter streets. Services every Sabbath at 
Ham, and 7^, p m — also Wednesday, 4^, p m. Rev Chas W Thomas, 
Rector. 

Vestrymen : Richard Peters, Saml Hape, J B Peck, T E Walker, Paul 
Rom are. Secretary. 

Wardens : James Ormand, B F Moses. 

ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL. 

Orphans' Free School buildin?, comer Forsyth and Walton. Services 
every Sabbath at 10|, a m and 7^, p ¥• Seats free. 
Sabbath School — Meets at 3 p m. Wm Stuart Speirs, Superintendent. 

HEBREW CONGREGATION. 

Meets at their Hall on Broad street comer Alabama every Friday -at 
7 pm, and every Saturday at 8^, a m. 

Officers : David Mayer, President ; Herman Haas, Vice President ; 
Joseph Fleishel, Treasurer ; D Steinheimer, Secretary. 

Board of Trustees: Inaac Steinheimer, A Rosenfeld, Wm Titlebaum. 

Sabbath School — Mrs L Cohen, President; Mi^s Bell Mayer, Secre- 
tary ; Mrs M Wiesberg, Treasurer. 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS OO. 



Office — Passenger Depot. * 

President — H B Plant, Augusta. 

General Superintendent — M J O'Brien, Augusta. 

Ansintant Supermtendent — C T Campbell, Atlanta. 

Agent— F F Coulter, Atlanta. 



TELEORj^PH. 



. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

Office— No. 4 Capitol Building. . • ' ^ 

President — William Ortun. 

General Superintendent — Jojm Van Horn, Louisville. 
Secretary — O H Palmer. 

ATLAITTA DEPABTMENT. 

Manager— Jefferson Herrick. 



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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. 

Office open at 8-12 o'clock a m; close 6.15 p m. Sundays, from 9 to 
11 A M. James L Dunning, Postmaster; James Dunning, jr., Assist- 
ant Postmaster and Distributing Clerk; George St. John, Money 
Clerk ; H C Holcombe, Register Clerk ; C T Ligon, Gents' Delivery ; 
John A Smith, Ladies' Delivery ; Robert Johnson, Mailing Clerk ; C 
W Walton, Paper Distributor. 

Mails Arrire. Mails Close. 

Wa»M-gton,D. C 5 17 a.m. S ^- ^' 

New York 5.17 a.m. ^ 9 p.m. 

Phil.dephla 5.17a.m. t ^ ^^ 

Bliimore 5.17 a.m. ? ^* *'• 

Memphis and Arkansas 2.38 p.m. 7 

L •ulsTill s < inci n ti, Ch cago and Na8ljville5.17 a. m.— 2.23 p. m. 

W& V RRWay Mall 5.17 a.m. 

Augu'ita • • • • 6.30 p 

Clmr'eston / ..6.30P 

Qa R R Way Mail, Athpns, Ga.,and Milledge- 
vill' Ga 630P 

M&WRR Way .Mail 1015p 

Mncon 2.23 p.m. 

Havinnah, S W R R, a^d Fl rid'i 6.30 p. m.— 6.40 a. m. 

New Orleans. Mobile, MoDtgom- ry and Co- 
lumbus *. . .7.00 A. M. J? ^* ^* 

Atlanta and Montgooaery Way Mall 7 00 a m. 10 p. m 

TRI-WEEKLY MAIL LINE. 

Atlanta to Dahlonega — Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Dah^onega to BiairHville and to Murphy, N C— Weekly— Saturdays. 
Newnan to CarroUton and Bowdon — Mondays, Wednesdays and 

Fridays. 

Newnan to Franklin — Semi-weekly— Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

LnGrange to Griffin — Tri-weekly, vi^ Greenville, Ga. 

LaGrange to Columbus, via Harailton^-TH-weekly. 

Stone Mountain, Ga , to Lawrenceville— -Tri-wet-kly. 

Lawrenceville to Gainesville — Weekly — Saturdays. 

Ath»»ns to Gainesville — Semi- weekly—Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

Cartersviile to Marble Works and Hiawassee — Weekly — Thursdays. 



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DAILY. 



Atlanta Constitution, W A Hemphill & Co., proprietors. Office No. 
8 South Broad street. 
Atlanta New Era, , proprietors. Office No. 7 West Alabama 

street. 

Atlanta Intelligencer, Jared I Whitaker, proprietor. Office up stairs, 

No. 20 Whitehall street. 
Atlanta Sun, A M Speights & Co, proprietors. Office cor Broad and 

west Alabama streets. 

WEEKLY. 

Atlanta Constitution, W A Hemphill & Co, proprietors. Office No. 
8 South Broad street. 

Atlanta New Era, , proprietors. Office No. 7> west Alabama 

street. 

Atlanta Intelligencer, Jared I Wnitaker, proprietor. Office No. 20 

Whitehall street. 

Christian Index and Southwestern Baptist, J J ^Toon, proprietor. 
Office No. 6 South Broad street. 

M. thodist Christian Advocate, Hitchcock & Walden, proprietors. 
Office East Alabama street. 

>^he Plantation, Howard <fc Morris, proprietors. Office up stairs. 
Granite Block, No. I North Broad street. 

Atlanta Deutsche Zeitung, Otto Palmer, proprietor. Office Willing- 
ham Building. < 

" True Georgian, Sam Bard, proprietor. Office opposite Bank Block, 
East Alabama street. 

MONTHLY. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal, J G <fe W F Westmoreland, 
proprietors. Office up stairs 42^ E Alabama street. 

Rural Southerner, S A Echols, proprietor. Office 1 and 3 South 
Broad street. 

Medical Companion. J J Toon, proprietor. 

YEARLY. 

Hanleiter's Atlanta City Directory, W R Hnileiter, proprietor. Office 
up stairs. Granite Block, No. 1 North Broad street. 



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BANKS AND BANKERS. 



ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK. 

No. 10 East Alabama street. A Austell, President ; Wm H Taller, 
Cashier ; P Romare, Assistant Cashier ; John T Harris, Teller. 

Directors : A Austell, E W Holland, John Neal, R H Richards, 
W J Garrett, S M In man, W B Cox. 

Capital, $300,000. 

GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK. 

H I Kimball House, Wall street. John Harris, President ; E L 
Jones, Cashier. 

Directors : W W Clayton, E L Jones, E E Rawson, John Collier, 
John Rice. Samuel Stocking, Teller ; C H Davidge, Book Keeper. 

Capital, $100,000. ^ 

GEORGIA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY,' 

No 5 'West Alabama street. Mi^es G Dobbins, President; J W 
Goldsmith, Cashier, 

Directors : M G Dobbins, A K Seago, J M Harwell, V R Tommey, 
J T Meador, George E Smith. 

Authorized oapiul, $500,000. Paid up capital, $108,000. 

JOHN H. JAMES. 

Banker and Broker, No 17 Whitehall, corner Alabama street. 

GEORGIA RAILROAD BANKING COMPANY'S AGENCY, 

Georgia Railroad Depot, corner Alabama and Loyd streets, Perino 

Brown, Agent. 

DOLLAR SAYINGS BANK. 

National Hotel Building, No 10 Peaohtree street. W L Gordon, 
President ; J M Willis, Ci^er. 



FRANK A. SMITH. 

Banker and Broker in Stocks, Kimball House, Wall street. 

HOYT& JONES. 
Bankers and Brokers, No 4 Bank Block, East Alabama street. 

WILLIAM M. & R. J. LOWRY. 
Bankers and Broken, 46 and 48 East Alabama street 



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Atlanta Branch, Broad street. 

Officers : J W Alvord, President ; D L Eaton, Xctuary ; Sam L 
Harris, General Inspector ; John Rice, Chairman Advisory Committee ; 
R D Badger, Secretary. 

Executive Committee : Wm Markham, Rev Joseph A Wood, Rev 
Frank Quarles, Rev C W Francis. 

Philip D Cory, Cashier. 



MASONIC DIRECTORY. 



The following Masonic bodies meet in the new Masonic Temple, cor- 
ner Marietta and Broad streets : 

Atlanta Lodge No. 59 — Chartered October 26th, 1847, A L 6847. 
Meets the 2d and 4th Thursday nit^hts of each month. 

(Mcers.—A C Ladd, W M ; W F Parkhnrst, S W ; D A McNabb, 
J W ; E J Roach, Treasurer ; J W Pearce, Secretary ; P M Parks, 
S D ; J M Buice, J D ; Otto Spahr, Organist ; J G McLin, Tyler. 

MtUon Lodge No. 216— Chartered October 28th, 1857, A L 5857. 
Meet the 1st and 3d Thursday nights of each ro(»nth. 

(9^<5grt— Levi Cohen, W M ; Joseph Fleishel, S W ; Thos R Cooke, 
J W ; David Mayer, Treasurer ; Chas S Cook, Secretary ; W L H ub- 
bard, S D; Jas L Watkins, J D; Otto Spahr, Organist ; J G McLin, 
Tyler. 

Georgia Lodge No. 96— Chartered October 28th, 1869, A L 5869. 
Meet the Ist and 3d Tuesdav nights of eich month. 

Officera—Wm H Taller, W M ; Calvin Fay, S W ; G H Hammond, 
J W ; R H Goodman, Treasurer; D S Ktllam, Secretary ; J A Smith, 
S D ; H — , J D ; Otto Spahr, Organi>t ; J G McLin, Tyler. 

Mount Zion R A Chapter No. 16— Chartered May 3d, 1847, A L 
5847. Me<^ts the 2d and 4th Monday nights of each mouih. 

Officere-'lu J Glenn, M E H P ; Jos FJeishel, K K ; J M Willis, 
E S; Chas S Cook, C H; W H Hancock, P S; L P King:, R A C; S 
L Solomonson, M Ist V ; W L Hubbard, M 2d V ; L R Lanier, M 3d 
V ; J M Boring, Treasurer ; A Rosenfeld, Secretary ; Otto Spahr, Or- 
ganist ; J G McLin, Sentinel 

Jason Burr Council No. 13, Rand S M of 27 — Chartered April 
26th, 1855, A D«p 5855. Meet the third Mouday night of each month. 

Officers^B F Moore, T LU G M ; Jos Fleishel, Lll H T ; A McLel- 
lan, LU H A ; A C Ladd, C G ; W H TuUer; Tre isurer ; Chas S Cook, 
Recorder ; S L Solomonson, Steward ; J G McLin, Sentinel. 

Cceur de Lion Commandery No. 4, K P— Chartered September 17, 



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1S59, A O 741. Meet the Ist Monday night of each month. 

Otncers—Vf H Tuller, EC; R M Iio«e, Gen'o; W H Hancock, 
C G ; Rev C W TtiomHR, Prelate ; J M Willis, S W ; Amos Fox, 
J W'; RH Goodman, Treasurer; Calvin Fay, Recorder ; C C Ham- 
mock, St B ; M V D Corput, Sw B ; John A Smith, Warder ; J G Mc- 

Lin, Sentinel, , ^ i a a t\ 

White 3igU Rose Croix No.lAAS ^—Chartered July 3d, A D 
1866, A L 6866. Meets in Grant Building, corner Broad and Marietta 
streets, on the 4th Monday in each month. 

0//?cer«— Calvin Fay, M W M ; R M Rose, S W ; W H Hancock, 
J W ; J C Alexander, O; M D'Alvigny, A ; W K Fox, Treasurer ;G 
V D Corput, Secretary ; M V D Corput, M C ; J N Fain, S E; Win 
Rich, J E ; Moses Frank, G of the T; A Landsberg, Tyler. 

Atlanta Consistort/ No. 5, A A 6 ^— Meets Grant Buildmg, cor- 
ner Marietta and Broad streets. , . ^, , ^ , . x^ 

Q^c«r«— Thos W Chandler, Commander-m-Chief ; Calvm tay, 1st 
Lent Commander ; Geo T Anderson, 2d Lent Commander; A Lands- 
berg, Registrar. 



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Central Lodge No. 28— Organized October 7, 1848. Meets every 
Tuesday night, in Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs, No. 39, Peachtree St. 

Officers— J R Gr imling, N G ; Wm R Hanleiter, V G ; W G Gram- 
ling, Secretary; L H Clarke, Treasurer; A S Gantt, C ; I B Pilgrim, W; 
Jos T Eichberg, KS to N G ; M T Simmons, L S to N G ; J W Mc- 
Fall, R S to V G ; J U Drake, L S to V G ; Isaac R Smith, R S S ; 
— Ferguson, L S S ; H S Taylor, I G ; F Christophane, O G. 

Barnea Lodge No. 65— Organized March 5, 1863. Meets every Fri 
day night, in Odd Fellows' Hall, 39 Peachtree. 

Officers— J T Gletin, N G ; W S Bradbury, V G ; W R Barrow, 

Secretary ; I S Mitchell, Treasurer ; , W ; H H Dickson, R 

S to N G ; J H Barrett, L S to N G ; Frank A Smith R S to V G ; 
J H Groves, L S to V G ; Henry Parker, R S S ; Robt W McCown, L 
S S ; Marion Gaines, I G ; F Christophane, O S. 

Capitol Lodge No. Organized August 27, 1870. Meets Thurs- 
day evening of each week at their Hall corner of Broad and Mitchell 

nti*fiets 

Officers— W H Bailey, N G; J D Holmes, V G ; B F Bennett, Sec- 
retary ; D E Keltner, Treasurer ; J C Rogers, C ; V Dunning, W ; 
M Cooley, R S to N G ; M Buice, L S to N G ; W P McDaniel, R S 

^^ y Q ; , L S to V G ; Geo Rakestraw, R S S; , L S S ; 

J S Porter, I G ; W Kftltner, O G. 

Empire Encampment No, 12— Meets 2d and 4th Wednesday in each 

month. _ -^ ^ .r-^ « « ,. 

Officers— J D Holmes, C P ; W R Barrow, H P ; W S Gramlmg, 
S W ; W R Hanleiter, J W ; J Rees, Scribe ; Jos Menko, Treasurer. 

Degree of Rebekah — Meeti occasionally in Odd Fellows' HalL 



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ATLANTA ACADEMY OF MEDICINE. 

Organised January 3d, 1871. Meets every Friday night at 7 1-2 
o'clook P M, in BelVff marble building, corner Broad and Marietta Sts. 
Membership about 40. 

Officers: President, J P Logan, M D ; l»t Vice-President, James F 
Alexander, M D ; 2d Vice-Prpsirl«»nt, J A[ Boiincr, M D ; 3d Vico Pre»»i- 
deot, N D'Alvigney, M D ; Kocording Secretary and Treasurer, R Q 
Stacy, M D ; Corresponding Secretary, W A Love, M D ; Librarian, 
WNJudBon,MD. . ' 

ATLANTA MEDICAL COLLEGE. . 

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Comer Butler and Jenkins streets. Op<»n8 first Monday in May ; 
J G Westmoreland, M D, Dean of Faculty ; N D^Alvigiuey, M D, 
Curator. 

MOORE^S ACTUAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

B. F. Moore, Principal. Rooms 64 Whitehall st., James^ Building, 
up stairs. 
^ EASTMAN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 

"A. R. Eastman, Principal. Bell's Marble Building, comer Broad 
acd Marietta streets. 

OGLETHORPE UNIVKRSITY. 

Located comer Washington and Mitchell streets ; Rev David Wills, 
D D, President. 

ATLANTA LITERARY FEMALE fNSTITUTE. 

Looated on Ivy between Wheat and Decatur streets ; Rev Geo H 
Patillo, PrinoipaL 

ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL. 

Located comer Lnokie and Spring streets ; Prof Wm N Janes, Prin- 
oipaL 

ENGLISH AND GERMAN SELECT SCHOOL. 



jt Comer Hunter and Pryor streets, B. Bondheim, PrincipaL 

ORPHANS' FREE SCHOOL. 



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ATLANTA UMVEKSITY. 



Located head of Trebursey street. Profwwore E A Ware and Thos 
Chase, Principles. 

ATLANTA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 48. . 

Orpanized Febroary, 1860. Chartered April 18, 1860. Meets first 
Saturday night in every month, in PoweH** Block, j unction Broad and 

List of OffioerK for 1871 : T C Wilkinson, President^ W H Pitman, 
Vice-President ; O S Burnett, Reoording and Corr^jHpondiag Secretary; 
J K Thrower, Financial Seor«»tary; TI C Dunlap, Treasurer ; C D Smith, 
Sergeant-at-Arms ; S H Sliaw, Delegate. 

Business Committee : Geo Dunlop, J D Holmes, L H Elliott, G W 
Martin, W Carey Dodson. 

Executive Committee : S R McOord, Jr., C W Wells, T R Moore, 
J C Reynolds, B D Ho'cumb, S B Bizzell, J W Owen, B F KappelL 

Committee on Nominati'Mis: S M Berry, Walter Henderson, H H 
Dickson. 

Financial Committee : W R Barrow, H S Haselden, J H Moor^fitld. 



LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATIONS. 



GERMANLA. 

Meetings 2d Tuesday of each month at Concordia Hall. 

Officers : President, J T Eichberg ; Vice-President, Aaron Haas ; 
Secretary, C Rauschenberg ; Treasurer, Clias Boerman. 

Directors : Henry Kuhrt, Wm TiU«baum, A Roaenfeld, Chas Heintz, 
Max Franklin. 

t GATE CTTY. 

Organized April 10th, 1866. Regular meetinMlOth of each month. 
Officers : President, J R Wallace ; Treasurer, W J Houston ; Secre- 
tary, N J Hammond. 
Directors : W P Pattillo, Thos Spencer, L C Wells, Wm Rushton. 

FULTON. . 

Organized June 8, 1866. Regular meetings 8th of each month. 
Officers: President, J R Wallace ; Treasurer, N R Fowler; Daniel 
Pittman, Secretary ; Attorney, Geo Hillyer. 
Directors : J A Ha>den, F M Eddieman, T Burke. 

MECHANICS, 

Organised October 6th, 1886. Regular meetings 12th of each month. 



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Officers : President, V R Tommy ; Treasui^r, W J Houbtou ; Store- 
tary, S W Grubb ; Attorney, N J Hammond. 

Directors : J R Wallace, W P Orme, Win McVaught, Jas Ormond. 

STONEWALL. 

Organized August 4th, 1866. Regular meetings 4ili <»f each month. 

Officers: President, J W Clayton; Secretary and Treasury, B F 

Meore. *" 

Directors : John A Doane, R P Zimmerman. 



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OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE OF GEORGIA. 

G W C Templar, Rev W P Harrison, D D, Atlanta. 
• G W Counsellor, C W Hancock, Americus. 
G W V T, Miss Mattie Nixon, Macon. 
O W Secretary, M J Cofer, Atlanta. 
G W Treasurer, J K Thrower, Atlanta. 
G W Chaplain, Rev H C Hornady, LaGran^^j*. 
G W Marshall, E S Bleakley, Augusta* 
G W A S, T C NolMi, McDonough. 
G W I G, M D Stroud, Knoxville. 
G W O G, John Owen, AthmtiL 
G W Messenger, William Aimerson, Macon. 
P G W C T, E J Kirkscey, Columbus. 

ATLANTA LODGE, NO 1. 

Organized Ootober 28, 1867. Meets every Monday niuht at Goo<l 
Templars* Hall, James' Building, corner Whitehall and Hunter streets. 

Officers ; J K Thrower, W C T ; Miss Emma Atkinson, W V T ; D 
Y Hicks, W S ; O T Dozier, W F S ; Jno A Middleton, W T ; O A 
Thrower, W C ; Miss Powers, WIG; Tandy Stegall, W G ; EH 
Taylor, W M ; H C Dunlop, WAS; Miss L Atkinson, W R S ; Miss 
G Allraan, W L S ; Miss M McDuffie, W D M;^ Jno T Cooper, P W 
C T and Lodge Deputy. . 

FLORAL LODGE, No. 2. . 

Organized May 30th, 1870. Meets at Good Templar's Hall, junction 
Peac^htree and Broad, everv Th«rsday night. 

Officers : O A Burnett, W C T ; Miss Georgia Piince, W V T ; W 

Cary Dodson, W S ; , WAS; John Smith, W F S ; John W 

Owen, W T ; James Crenshaw, W C ; Miss MoUie Crenshaw, W R S ; 



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WDM; Miw Senie Holcomb, W I G ; F J Ogletree, W O G ; Ohas 
B Crenshaw, P W T ; Charlie Bowden, L D. 

GATE CITY LODGE No. 15. 

Meets Taeaday evening of each week at Good Templar's Hall, Peach- 
tree strvet, at 7 P M. ^ _ «. .«▼ 

Officers : W D Payne, W C T ; Miss S C Dunlap, W V T ; Rer W 
C Dunlap, W P C T; J R Gates, W R S; W R Dimmock, W F S; 
W A Deas, W T ; J W Roberts, W C ; G W Hany^s W M ; Mi.*s An- 
nie Moouey, WIG ; Zacharia Raskins, W O G ; Miss MoUie Coluiau, 
WDM; J T Taylor, WARS; Miss Georgia Dean, W R H S ; Miss 
A Jenkins, W L *H S ; J W Roberts, L D. 

ATLANTA DEGREE TEMPLE No. 1. 

Meets in Second Degree on the second Saturday night in each month, 
aad in Third Degree, on 4th Saturday night in eadi month, in Powell's 
Building, Peachtree street. 

GATE CITY LODGE No. 15. 

Organized February 15th, 1870. 

J W Roberts, W C T ; Lizzie Johnson, W V T; .IT T»ylor, W S; 
SWLomas, W AS; MRPayne, WT; LALee, Wl'; WR Dim- 
mock, W M ; Miss A Mooney, W I G ; A L Heodrix, W O G ; Mattie 
Sowers, WDM; Cornie.d Dunlap, W R H S; Lou Furmby, W L 
H S ; W D Payne, P W C T ; John Hendrix, L D. 

^ KNIGHTS OF JERICHO. 

Atlanta Lodge, K of J., organized November 6, 1852. Meets every 
Monday night, in the Hall of Capital Lodge, I O O F, uii the corner of 
Broad and Mitf^hell streets. 

Officers: Rev F P Perdue, Chief; Jas P Perdue, Vice Chief; Mrs N 
J Pilgrim, Princeptress ; Rev C A Bo wen. Chaplain ; Wni G Forayth, 
Recorder ; Rev J J Ford, Treasurer ; Jas F Reeven, MarHliall ; E T 
Plummer, Herald ; Mi»«s Georgia J Forsyth, Preceptieset; Mis^ 0»rrie 
E Lambert, Heraldine ; C S Clardy, Guard ; W Keltner, Sentinel. 



HIBERNIAIN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Organized in 1 868. J H Flynn, President ; T Burkf, View President ; 
W H Roche, Treasurer ; W Dowling, Secretary. Me**t» tiiMt Thursday 
in every month at their Hall, Broad street. Anniversary meeting and 
parade March 17. 



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Officers: A L^insberg, Monitor; Aaron Haas, President; Wm Title- 
haum. Vice President ; M Weil, Secretary ; Max Franklin, Treasurer ; 
S Sondh^'im, Finan<^ial Secretary. MeeU Good Templars Hall, James' 
Building, Whitehall street, Sunday d|, p m. 

CONCORDLA ASSOCIATION, 

Organized 1866. Aaron Haas, President ; Jacob Steinheimer, Vice 
President ; Edward Guthman, Secretary; S L Solomonson, Treasurer ; 
Leo Cahn, Stage Manager. 

YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Organized August, 1 867. Rooms open from 8 a m to 10 p m, at No 1, 
Granite Block, Broad street, adjoining bridge. Regular meeting of the 
Board of Directors first Monday night in each month. Charlie Herbst, 
Librarian. 

THE LADIES' MONUMENTAL ASSOCIATION. 

Organized May 1868. Regular meetings the 8th of every month. 

Offict-rt*: Mrs John B Gordon, President; Mrs John M Johnson, 1st 
Vice President ; Mrs B A Prattc, 2nd Vice President ; Mrs R P Zim- 
merman. Secretary ; Mrs Wm W Clayton, Treasurer. 

THE LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY. 

Ors^anized February 1871. 

Officers : Mrs b A Pratte, President ; Mrs W F Westmoreland, Vice 
President ; Miss Nellie Peters, SecreUry ; Miss Sarah Jones, Treasurer. 

ATLANTA LIQUOR DEALERS ASSOCIATION. 

Org^zed March 14th, 1870. Meets first Monday in every month. 
Officers: H Muhlenbrink, President; John S Wise, Vice President; 
C P Steadman, SecreUry ; Geo W Kriea, Treasurer. 

STEPHENS DEBATING SOCIETY. 

Rev J W McCrary, President ; W A Johnson, Vice President ; J B 
Gh)odwinn, SecreUry ; R E O'Donnelly, Treasurer. Meets regularly 
Tuesday of each week at 7^ p m, in Evans' Chapel basement. 

ATLANTA BIBLE SOCtETY. 

Depository at Tommy A Stewart's, 79 Whitehall street. 



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Officers : Jobn H James, Presideot ; D F Hamraond, Vioe President ; 
Rev R C Eetcham, Seoretary ; J S Stewart, Treasurer. 

Executive Committee : L B Davis, £ E Rawson, E 6 Moore, John 
ColUer, C F Benson, B F Mosei, J C Wbitner. 

ATLANTA LIEDERERAKZ. 

Organized March 24th, 1870. Meets every Wednesday evening, up- 
stairs, 70 Whitehall street. 

Officers: August L Ehlers, President ; George Fisher, Vice President; 
Jacob Ziikerman, Secretary ; Otto Riohter, Treasurer; Frofesnor O H 
Spahr, Director. 

ATLANTA PIONEER AND fflSTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized April 24, 1871. Meets at the call of the President. 
Officers: Wm. Ezzard, President; J. Norcross, Vice President; 
Wm R Hanleiter, Secreiary. 



RAILROADS. 



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J. H. PORTER, General Ticket Agent 

WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD Co., 

E. W. Cole, Superintendent. 
E. B. Walkkb, M. Tr. I. M. Harris, Ag't 

Distcmces from Atlanta 



To Marietta 20 m 

To Acworth 35 m 

To Alatoona 40 m 

To Etowah 45 m 

To Carters ville 47 m 

To Chss 52 m 

To Kingston 59 m 

To Adairaville 69 m 

To Calhoun .79 m 



les. To Resaoa. 84 miles. 

les. To Tilton - .-. 90 miles. 

les. To DaUoo 100 miles. 

les. To Tunnel Hill 107 miles. 

lee. To Ringgold .116 miles. 

les. To Johnson 121 miles. 

lee. To Chickamauga. . . .126 miles. 

les. To Chattanooga 138 miles. 

lee. 



ATLANTA «k WEST POINT RAILROAD. 
John P. Kinq, President 
L. P. Grani', Supt R. M. Farrar, Ag't 

IHstancea from Atlanta, 



To East Point. ...... 7 miles. 

To Fairburq 19 miles. 

To Palmetto 25 milas. 

To Powells 33 miles. 

To Newnan 39 milea. 



To Grantville 51 miles. 

To HogHnsville 58 miles. 

To Lagrimge 71 miles. 

To Long Cane 80 miles. 

To West Point 86 miles. 



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GEORGIA RAILROAD.— John P. Kino, Prest. 
E. W. Cole, Supt. E. A. Werner, Ag't. 

Distances from Atlanta 



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To Decatnr 6 miles. 

To Stone Mountain.. 16 miles. 

To Lithonia 24 miles. 

To Confers . 31 miles. 

To CoviDgtoD 41 miles. 

To Social Circle 52 miles. 

To Rutledge 59 miles. 

To Madison 68 miles. 

To Bnckhead 76 miles. 

To Greensboro 88 miles. 



To Union Point 95 miles. 

To Crawford ville.. .107 miles. 

To Barnett. 114 miles. 

To Camack 125 miles. 

To Thompson 134 miles. 

To Dearing 142 miles. 

To Saw Dust 146 miles. 

To Berzelia 152 miles. 

To Bellair 162 miles. 

To Augusta 171 miles. 



Athens Branch — From Union Point 

To Wood ville 5 miles. To Lexington 24 miles. 

To Maxej's 13 miles. To Athens . .40 miles. 

To Antioch 17 miles. 

Washington Branch — From Barnett 

To Ray town 5 miles. To Washington 21 miles. 

ToFiklin. 10 miles. 

Warrekton Branch — From Camack 

To Warrenton 5 miles. To Maytield 21 Miles. 

MACON & WESTERN RAILROAD. C 

A. J. Whttb, Pres't. Horace P. Clark, Ag't 

instances J^rom Atlanta 



To East Point 7 m 

To Rough and Ready . 13 m 

To Forest 15 m 

To Morrow's 19 m 

To Jonesboro' 23 ni 

ToLovejoy's 29 m 

To Bear Creek 34 m 

To Fayette 38 m 

To Griffin 44 m 

To Thornton's 50 m 



les. To Milner 56 miles. 

les. To Barnesville ...... .62 miles. 

los. To Goggins . 67 miles. 

les. To Collins 72 miles. 

les. To Forsyth 78 niiiefc». 

les. To Smarr's 83 miles. 

les. To Crawford's 89 miles. 

les. To Howard's 96 miles. 

les. To Macon » . . . . Iu3 miles. 

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ATLANTA AND RICHMOND AIR LINE RAILWAY CO. 

A. S. BopORD, President. 
B. Y. Sage, Chief Eng'r & Sup't. £d. W. Holland, Treasurer. 

-John McClkndon. A^ent.^ 

Distance* from Atl<uita 

To Hart's Turnout. . .lOJ miles. To Brown's Turnout. .31 miles. 

To Flower's Station. ..16 miles. To Biifbrd Station . .36 miles. 

To Noreross. .... 20 miles. To MartiuV Station ... 43 miles. 

To Dulnth 26 miles. To Gainesville., .... . .53 miles. 



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80.09 
86.09 
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18.00 

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48.00 

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190.00 

180.00 

940.00 

800.00 

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480.00 

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New Hampshire 

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Virf^nia •••» ..•••«•• 

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Indiana. ......... ... •.«.......«. 

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Michigan. .........•.'..•«.... ... .seven 

Arkansaa ...... ..•...*• ........Six 

Florida ...............••••.»••••• 

Wiaoonsln Seven 

Callfomia. ....* ......Ten 

vTeffon •...•..•.........•.......** oix 

MinneaotA.. .»..«•. ..*•«.•• ...... Seven 

Iowa ... ....■'.....•.••••••«... •• '^i* 

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OFFICE UP STAIRS, GRANITE BLOCK, BROAD STREET. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



al alley 

atty attorney 

av avenue 

b........ between 

bark barkeeper 

bds boards 

b h boarding house 

bk book or brick 

bk book keeper 

bk layer brick layer 

bldr builder 

bldg building 

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cab mkr cabinet maker 

carp carpenter 



dk clerk 

com commission 

confec confectioner 

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eng...., engineer 

ea east side 

ex exchange 

h house 

ho homseopathic 

lab : laborer 

mant^ manu&cturer 

mer merchant 

mkr 1... .maker 

n north 

not pub notary public 



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ns north side 

opp opposite 

prov.... provision 

prop'r proprietor 

rea residence 

8 .aoathor aide 

servt •.«• servant 

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USA United States Army 

USN United Stotes Navy 

w west 

wh wholesale 

wks .works 

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Abbott <fe Bro, provision dealers and commission merchants, 88 White- 
hall St. 
Abbott W L, of A <$B Bro, res jane Marietta and Walton. 
Abbott L L, of A & Bro, res Pryor nr Peters. 

Abbott B F, atty, bds . 

Abernathy W S, travelling agent Carter Bros, DeGive's opera house, 

res same. 
Abrahams E H» of I L Falk & Co, bds Cannon house. 
Abrahams Auguste, elk J L Cohen, bds J L C)hen. 
Acton Col *r Ml travelling agent Constitution, res w Baker b Hull 

and Hayden. ' 



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Ackerman Charles, slater, bds P Berron. 

Adair & Bro* wholesale grocers and commission merchants, 89 

Whitehall st. ^ 

AdMr G B, of Adair & Bro, bds A D Adair. 
Adair A D, of Adair & Bro, res Forsyth near Peters. 
Adair W D, oik Adair <fc Bro, bds A D Adair. 
Adair & Stripling, groceries and variety store, 109 Whitehall st. 
Adair J A, of Adair & Striplinsr, res up stairs 109 Whitehall st. 
Adair G W, real estate agent, res Peters st, juno Whitehall, near 

VVest End. 
Adams James, elk S Haas, bds M H Adams. 
Adams, M H, res Simpson cor Mangum. 
Adams Edgar, drug elk, bds Mrs E High. 
Adams C E, elk M <fe W R R, res Decatur, Ga. 
Adams B W, oil and lamp agent, res c Ivy b Merritt's ave and Pine. 
Adams Newton, res Marietta st nr Hunniontt. 
Adams Mrs S J, res Decatur c Collins. 
Adamson Ed, elk drug store, bds Mrs Powers. , 

Adamson N E, elk W W Tucker <fc Co, bds Mrs High. 
Adamson W R, carpenter, res Simpson c Mangum. 
Adamson J C, carpenter, res Simpson b Mangum and Haynes. 
Adw ck J J, engineer W <fc A R R, res c Elliott b Hunter and 

Rhodes. 
Addler M, elk Elsas <fc Bro, res same. 

Adkins J W, eng W & A R R shop, res up stairs Whitehall. 
Adkins Thos, brick mason, res Peters nr Berry alley. 
Adler Morris, of J Elsas & Co, bds Jaeob Elsas. 
African M E Church, located on Houston b Butler and Calhoun. 
Agency Oa & S & Banking Co* foot of Alabama, Perino Brown, 

agent. ^ 

Agnew, merchant. Marietta st, bds Mrs J C Witter. 
A^gricola H A, bakery, Decatur opp Ivy, res same. 
Agricola B J T, baker, confectioner and grocer, 105 Whitehall, res 

up stairs 105. 
Aikin R W, brick mason, res Hunter b Davis and Trebursey. 
Aiken F M C, brick mason, res Stonewall b Walker and Racetrack. 
Aken Henry, blacksmith, res junc Luckie and HulL 
Akers & Bro, millers and grocers, and dealers in produce, 67 Peacbtree. 
Akers Geo W, ©f A <fc Bro, res DeEalb county. 
Akers W T, of A & Bro, res Ivy b Harris and Cain. 
Akers W J, agt M A C R R, office Stubblefield House, bds same. 
Akers C F, attorney at law, 10 Peachtree, re^i Hardeeville. 
Albright A, boot and shoe maker, under James' bank, Alabama st, 

res w Hunter. 
Albright James, res Peters b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Aldridge James, res Pfeters b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Alexander J M <Ss J C, hardware and cutlery, 45 Whitehall st. 
Alexander J C, of J M & J C, bds Dr A Alexander. 
Alexander J M, of J M ifc J C, bds Dr A Alexander. 

Alexander Dr J F, of Salmons & A, office 43 Whitehall 8t, res cor 
Houston and Ivy. 



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J. R. MERCHANT, Secretary 



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KELT.\ER & RAKESTRAW, 

No. Ill Whitehall Street. 



BOOTS AND SBOES MADE TO ORDER. 

THE BEST MATERIAL FURNISHED. 



W. KELTNER. 



GEORGE RAKESTRAW. 



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PHILLIPS <& CREW BOOK SELLERS, Comer Marietta and Peachtree Sta. 



Alexander Dr A, res Peachtree b Cain and Harris. 
Alexander Louis, trader, bds restaurant. 
Alexander T G, elk Chamberlin, B & Co, bds Henry Fuller. 
Alexander C A, elk Phillips, Flanders & Co, bds W R Ptiiilips* 
Alexander F P, printer Constitution office, res Decatur st. 
Alexander Thos, of Grant, A <fc Co, res West End. 
Alexander <fc Broomhead, contractors and builders. West End. 
Alison, machinist, bds Mrs King Rhodes. 

Allen ft Taylor* retail grocers, 84 junc Peachtree and Houston. 
Allen E T, ol Taylor & A, res Ivy nr North ave. 
Allen Jas O, lumber merchant, res Ivy b Baker and Forest ave. 
All( n J W, architectural draftsman at W H Parkins, res Harris b Hil- 
liard and Jackson. 

Allen Dnncani conductor Gra R R, bds Thompson Allen. 

Allen Dr Thompson, dk Comptroller Generars office, res Windsor b 

Rawson and Clark, 
Allen Thompson, jr, bds Thompson Allen. 
Allen J C, elk Fleishel & Bro, bds 31 rs Dodson. 

Allen £ T, family giooer, McDonough b Jones and Rawson, re» same. 
Allen John, machinist, res Foundry b Elliott and Mangum 
AUen Singleton, wks Winship's foundry, res c EHiott and Mangum. 
Allen Peter, res Rock b Elliott and Mangum. 
Allen W K, carpenter, res Mangum c Rock. 
Allen J W, farmer, res Foundry, b Elliott and Mangum. 
AUen Miss SaHie, assistant Atlanta Female Institute. 
Allen James, res railroad nr rolling mill. 
Allen J M, track layer, res Marietta st nr rolling mill. 
Allingham Harriet, dress maker, res Fort st. 
Aldman Mrs P L, res Luckie b w Cain and Hunter. 
American HoteL J H Vance & Co, c Pryor and Alabama. 
Ament G W, moulder Porter <& Butler's foundry, res F-undry. 

Amos Mrs Mattie, res Peters nr barracks. 
Amos Henry, (col) drayman, res c Martin and Jones. 
Anderson S T, asst assessor 5th division, res Athens, Clark county, Ga. 
Anderson Chas W, gen freight agt W & A R K Co, res Nashville. 
Anderson <fe Lester, family grocery, Peters nr H^rry alley. 
Anderson R A) agent ^reen line, bds ^on Wm Ezzard. 
Anderson James, res c Kmg and Jones. 

Anderson Wm Ct eng Ga H R, res Terry b Hunter anl Ga R R. 
Anderson A, eng W <fc A R R, bds Mrs R A D>»ugheriy. 
Anderson G J, fruit stand, 27 Decatur st, bds same. 
Andrews E & Co> manufacturers and dealers m saddles and harness, 
71 Whitehall st. 

Andrews E, of E A <fe Co, res c Pryor and Clark. 

Andrews Thos, carpenter, alley nr McLinn's alley. . 

Angler Br N L, treasurer State Ga, res c Mitchell and Wasliingion. 

Angier Alton, oik state treas office, bds Dr N L Angier. 

Angier Hugh, civil engineer, bds Dr N L Angier. 

Anglin J S, elk Cannon House, res Rhodes b Mangum and Haynes. 

Anthony, grocer, res Whitehall o Humphries, 

Anslev L fi, res Haynes o Racetrack, 



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STOVES. COPPER. ZINC. SHEET IRON. 

PLANISHED AND PLAIN TIN WABE, 

JOBBER IN TIN PLATE, TINNERS' FINDINGS, &c., &c. 

Large Supply of StoyeSf Grates, Hollow- Ware, &c, corstantly on band. 
^o.SS PeaoH-tree St.9i1ea.1r Alai-ietta, A.tlaiita, Ga. 



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Anthony James, res Foundry b Railroad and Elliott. rv ^ ^ 

Appleton Geo, cabinet maker, bds Mrs J C Witter's. :- V 

Appling E J, agt Ga State lottery, c Broad and Walton. - '*^ w * a» 

Archer W T> farniture dealer, 82 Whitehall, res corner Forsyth and 

Garnett. 
Archer ft Taylor* livery stables, west Alabama. 
Archer T B, of A <fc T, res west Alabama. 
Archer C C, family grocer, c Decatur and Pratt, res same. 
Archer John, elk, C C Archer, res Decatur and Pratt. 
Archer A J, London store, bds Campbell house. 
Archer J, elk, Terhane <fe Thomas, res c Walton and Bartow. 
Archer John, res (xordon. West End. 
Armstead J 0, recording and shipping clerk, Ga Railroad, rea Decatur 

near Young. 
Armstrong Joseph, wks gas works, res Victoria b R R and Gray. 
Armstead Robt, brick mahoii, boards T Harris. 

Arnold Beubeil) atty at law, office up stairs cor Broad and ^larietta, 
. res Forest av cor Collins. 

Arnold Martin, of Baugh & Arnold, 28 Whitehall, res Jones b Martin 
and King. 

Asher Dr W C» office Marietta near junc Walton, res same. 

Ashford W T, asst book keeper, Moore & Marsh, bds Cannon house. 

Ashford A W, elk, Moore & Marsh, bds Cannon house. 

Ashford R J, of Wood & A, bds Campbell house. 

Ashworth R, gas fitter, L B Langford, res Decatur nr Bell. ' 

Askew Jno, elk, W C Hughin's, bds Jno Hughin. \ 

Atha Wm, carpenter, res Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 

Atkins JameSf collector 4th district Georgia, office 3 capital building, 

res West End. 
Atkinson B H? sec ex de^t, bds Mrs H P Redding's. 
Atkison S C, asst assessor 4th division, res Camming, Forsyth county. 
Atkinson Mrs M H, res Haynes b Nelson and Racetrack. 

Atlanta Daily and Weekly Constitution, W A Hempill & Co, 

proprietors, 10 Broad st. 

Atlanta Daily and Weekly New Era, S W Grubb business man- 
ager, 4 w Alabama. 

Atlanta Daily and Weekly Intelligencer, Jared I Whitaker, 

proprietor, up stairs, Whitehall st. • 
Atlanta Deutsche Zetung, Otto Palmer edit'r and proprietor, Wil- 
lingham building, Ivy st. 

Atlanta Daily and Weekly Sun, © Broad and Alabama. 

Atlanta Academy of Medicine, c Broad and Marietta sts. Bell building. 
Atlanta National Bank, A Austell, preset, bank block, 10 e Alab.-%raa st. 
Atlanta University, E A Ware & Thos Chnse, principals, h Trebursey st. 
Atlanta Medical College, cor Jenkins and Butler. 
Atlanta Literary Female Institute, Ivy b Wheat and Line, 
Atlanta Fire Company No 1, head s Broad st,» nr bridge. 
Atlanta and West Point Railroad, office up stairs, Railroad block 7 
Peachtree st. 



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HENRY BANKF. 



HENRY M. SCOTT. 



WILD LAND AGENCY. 






1&1IX8 di SCOT'S' 

WILL purchase and sell Wild Lands, Locate Owners, 
Examine Records, assist in establishing lost titles, 
and pay Taxes. 
We KEEP Register of "Lands Wanted and for Sale." 

OFFICE OVER BANKS t SON'S SHOE STORE, 
Peachtree Street, • . . « Atlanta, Ga. 

Refer to :— J. H. Jflmes, Bauker ; Perino Brown, Agent Ga. R R. Banking Ca 



ATLANTA STEAM DYE HOUSE, 

(MITCHELL, ONE DOOR SOLH^H OF Vi HITEHALL ST.) 

ALL KINDS OF FANCY 

SILK .AHD WOOL oyma 

eLEANNte Mm repairing, 

DONE TO ORDER, 

WOODAED & KEAYES, 

Froprietora. 

Phillips, tiharles & Co., 
PRODUCE DEALEBS, 

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OOMiMISSION ]VIEROHi^NT8, 

MITCHELL STREET, 

[ ATLANTA, GEOEGIA, 



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Atlanta Gas Works, Racetrack b Foundry and Thurmond. 

Atlanta High School, prof Wtn N Janes, principal, c Luckie and Spring. 

Atlanta M ichine Works «nd Iron and Brass Foundry, Porter & Butler. 

proprietors, s w cor Hunter and King^ 
Atlanta Flouring Mills, Jas D Zachry <fe Co, proprs, cor Hunter. 
Atlanta Steam Brewery, C A Gk>odyear, propr, location near Whitehall 

and city limits. 
Atlanta Mineral Spring, R R track b Hunter and Rhodes. 
AtlaoU Paper Mills, office 69 Whitehall st. 
Atlanta Real Estate A^8ociatioD. See associations. 

Atlanta Typographical Union, No 48, meets first Saturday night in each 

month, Gooa Templars hall, Powell block, Peachtree st. 
Atlanta and Richmond Air Line R R, office cor Broad and Alabama. 
Atlanta Steam Dye House, Mitchell nr Whitehall. 
Atwater, oik, H I KimbalK boards J R W Johnston's. 
Atwater J, boards Mrs E P O'Connor's. 

Austell Af pres't Atlanta National bank, res s s Marietta st. 
Austin J M, agt sec'y life ins oo, res Stonewall b Racetrack and High. 
Austin Jno, elk, Phillips <fc Crew, bds Pjyor nr Mitchell. 
Austin B H, book kr, J R Simmons, Alabama, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Austin C H, boards Mrs Johnpon'n. 

Avary A, clerk, Howard 6i McKoy, wholesale and retail druggists, 49 
Peachtree st, bds Mrs O'Connor's. 

Ayery Col I Wi atty, editor Constitution, res Jenkins b Collins and 

Calhoun. 
Ayers W H, residence Whitehall b Peters and Gamett. 



Bach D, clerk, W Rich Ss Co, boards L Lieberman. 

Bacon E H> manager sou branch inter life ins co, offict* up stairs, 55 

Whitehall, bds Mrs Chisolms. 
Bacon O T, ins agt, office up stairs. 55 Whitehall, res Collins nr Houston. 
Bacon H G, printer, bds Mrs N W Goree's. 

Badger Ralph* dentist office, Bell building, c Marietta and Broad. 

Badger B Di dentist, office up stairs, 59 Peachtree, res Harris b Col- 
fins and Ivy. 

Bailey W K firm V P Sisson & Co, printers, res McDonough. ' 

Bailey A S, elk, Randal & Co, bds S H Randal's. 

Bailey Z, clerk, boards D H Heath's. 

Bain D, dyer and tailor, 91 Whitehall, residence Stonewall b Walker and 
Racetrack. 

Bain D M, ot Morrison B <fc Co, bds Cannon house. 

Baird Dr John B, physician, Mitchell b Crew an- 1 McDonough. 

Baird Dr Jrs B, physician, bds Dr John B B. 

Baird Jno B jr, attorney, boards Dr J B B. 

Baker W A, elk, Silyey & Daugherty, bds John Silvey's. 

Baker C N, residence Ivy and Merrit's avenue. 



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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN U(lUORS CIGARS, &c., 



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B. FLEIBUEL. 



FLEISKEL & BRO., 

WHOT.BHAT.K AND BBTXrL DBALBBS IN 

STAPLE AND FANCY Dfil GOODS, 

BOOTSt $»OE$t HATSt NOTIONS, ^C.t 

Between Alabama and Hunter, 38 Whitehall Street, 



Dr. S. F. SALTER, 

• TKE ATS SUCCESSFULLY 

Cancers, Tumors, Epeleptic Fits, 



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CHRONIC DISEASES. 

CONSULTATION FREE 
Room No. 4, Empire Block, up Stairs, - - • - ATLANTA, GA. 



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Baker Alex H, carpenter, res Butler b Railroad and Decatur. 

Baker Charlie D, bricklayer, res Whitehall, b Humpries and R R. 

Baldwin G A, family grocer, Decatur c Bell, res same. 

Baldwin W L, res Fraser b Clark aud Rawson. 

Baldwin Mrs J B, res Forsyth, b Alabama and Hunter. 

Baldy E H, printer, V P Sisson & Co, bds Mrs J C Witter's. 

Ball J N, painter, res c Martin and Rawson. 

Ball Jas Jd, office Ga banking and trust co, res McDonough o Fulton. 

Ballard Mrs Mary C, family groceries and dry goods, Marietu near 

Bartow, res same. 
Ballard W J> saloon, gen passenger depot, res o Collins and Georgia 

Railroad. 
Bancroft Greo, works Rolling mill, res Luckie near Pine. 
Bank of Wni & Robt J Lowry, 46 and 48 e Alabama. 
Bank Georgia National, 4 east Alabama. 
Bank, James', cor Whitehall and Alabama. 

Bank, Nat'l freedman sav and trust com, Broad b Alabama and Hunter. 
Bank of Georgia loan and trust co, 5 west Alabama. 
Bank Dollar Savings, 10 Peachtree st. 

Banks Henry & Son» wholesale shoe and leather dealers, 39 Peach- 
tree St. 
Banks Henry jr, of H B & Son, res Wheat b Pryor and Ivy. 
Banks Henry sr, of H B <fc Son, res Peachtree junc Pryor. 
Banks I T» boots and shoes wholesale and retail, 66 Whitehall, res 

New Haven, Conn. 
Banks & Scott) wild land agency, over Banks' shoe store Peachtree. 
Banks W L, silversmith, Lawshe & Haynes, bds Mrs C Banks. 
Banks Mrs Celina, seamstress, res Spring b wCaiii and Harris. 
Banks R L, gardner, etc, Er Lawshe, bds with same. 
Banks Gilbert, res Lambert back Rolling mill. 
Banks J W, res Rock b Elliott and Mangum. 
Bankston Hiram, carpenter, res Stonewall b Racetrack and High. 
Bannerman W, civil eng, bds Mrs E P O'Connor's. 

Baptist Church Firsti c Walton and Forsyth, pastor. 

Baptist Church Seconds corner Mitchell and Washington, Di- WT 

Brantley, pastor. 
Baptist Church Third* Jones' avenue b Railroad and Grfiy, Rev H 

Buchanan, pastor. 
Baptist Church Fourth, (James' Chapel), Whitehall nr West End. 
Baptist R H, auctioneer, res Haynes near Rhodes. 
Barber Shop, Moses Bentley propr, under Cannon house, Marietta st. 
Barker H. grocery merchant, res Ivy st, near Merritt's av« nue. 
Barnes James J, of Middlebrooks & B, res Whitehall b McDaniel and 

Humphries. 
Barnes J F, policeman, res Stonewall b Racetrack and High. 
Barnes Mrs H J, school, Terry b Hunter aud Ga R R. 
Barnes Mrs A L, boards Henry Gullatt's. 
Barnes B F, painter, res Alley b Butler and Terry. 
Barnes J D, book keeper. Porter <fc Butler's foundry, residence Terry b 

Hunter and Ga R R. 



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A. Ergen^ingei*, 

MANDPACTURER OF 




Parlor Furniture, 

SPRING MAHRESSES, JHHRESSES, BEDDING, kC 

Special attention given to making 

AND DECORATIONS 



^T'CARPETS MADE, TAKEN UP, AND PUT DOWN. 
Special attention given to hauling Furniture in the city. 

A. ER6ENZIKGEB. 



EISEMAN & BRO., 



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MERCHANT TAILORS, 



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56 l¥Mlehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. 

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Barnes A, fireman, W & A R R co, r«g^iiichell b Elliott and Mangum. 

Barncti Mrs A A, res Fair. r^ 

Barneti R T, elk, boards Mrs A A BarnPttV. 

Baruett Wm A, jailor Fuliou co. Fair c FraNcr and McDonough, 

Barnett W H, elk, Williams, Langston <fe Crane, bdn Mrs Fii^patrlck. 

Bami'tt J H, boarding house, Gilmer b Pratt ami Butlpr. 

Barnwell V T, profr vocal music, res cor Peters and For^yth. 

Barrar Juo P, student, I'dn J G McLinn^s, Ivy cor Cain. 

Barrett llobt, tiain band, A & W Pt R R. ^ 

Barrett R T, bagjage master, A <fc W Pt R R, bds Mrs E C Barrett's. 

Barrett J At am-iloneer, bds Mrs Shivers, w s Loyd nr Hunter. 

Barret James, fireman, W <fc A R R com'y, res EQiott b Magazine and 

Foundry. 
Barrett C B, fireman, W <fc A R R, bdp Mrs E C Barrett's. 
Barrett J M, works Rolling mill, bds Mrs E C Barrett's. 
Barrett Mrs E C, res Humiicutt corner Plunj. 
Barrow W R, foreman Constitution job office, res Mitchell junction 

Broad. 
Barrow T J, alley nea»* Booth's avenue. 

Barry Jno A, with Moore <fc Marsh, res Decatur b Butler and Pratt. 
Bnrry R L, of Moore &, Marsh, res Decatur b Butler and Pratt. 
B^rry Jno A, of Moore 6l Marsh, res Decatur b Butler and Pratt. 
Barry C M, policnuan, res Decatur b Butler and Pratt. 
Barton R H, engineer Era office, res Rawson st. 
B:i«kin Z, gas fitter, residence Simpson corner Elliott. 
B l^kin John, residence Simp!«on corner Elliott. 
Bass W B) <ivil engineer, res Pulliam b Jones and Rawson. 
Bass Rol.t, breakman, W & A R R, bds Mis M J CruchfielJ'g. 
Bass J M, engineer, R R, re> Sim] (son b Elliott and Mangum. 
Bass A, candy maker, G W Jack, bds P O'Connor's. 
Bateman C, planter, res W H Hulsey, Taylor's hill. 
Bauer M, elk, Wm Rich & Ci, boards J Rich. 
Baugh & Amoldf attys at law, up s^irs, 28 Whitehall st. 
BaUfirh Bobt, of B & Arnold, 28 Whifeball st, res West End. 
Baugh Edward, farmer, res Whitehall b McDaniel and Humphries. 
Bauldin Dr H E, res Calhoun opposite College. 
Baxtor William, of Stuttles <k Baxter, bds M A Bell's. 
Beadles H, res Racetrack b Trebursey and Haynes. 
Bealer Mrs E J W, res Crew b Fair and Jones. 
Beall A J, record elk, M <fc W R R depot, res Nelson b Railroad and 

Mangum. 
Beall W H, elk, Hillsman, Burt & Co, bds Gen GarJinpton's. 
Beal W W, fireman, M <fc W R R, res Nelson b R R and Walker. 
Beauchamp Mrs L, boarding house. Marietta nr Rolling mill, 
Beanes C B, dry goods, Marietta, res Foimdry b Elliott and Mangum. 
Beanes J H, elk, C B B, res same. 
Bear M J, elk, A Rosenfeld. 

Beardley Wm H, geul ticket agt, Kimball house, bds Chas Beard ley's . 
Beardley Chas, tel op, W & A R R depot, res Hunter b Terry and King. 
Beardsley Wm, elk, W & AR R, bds Chas Beardsley's. 
Beasley W B, family grocer, Peachtree st, res same. 



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Beatie David A, stock dealer, McDonou^h b Clark and Richardson. 

Beavers J T, carpenter, res Gordon st, West End. 

Beavers W C, wks, W <Si A R R shop, res Mangura cor Thurmond. 

Bechioldt E, bakery, res Peters b Stephens and Walker. 

Beck L H, elk Tommey & Stewart, bds Mr Cald wellV. 

Beck George, elk. Miller & Lyon, beef markt, 77 Peach tree st, bds same. 

Beck Andrew Ji asst ed Rural Southerner, bds Dr T S Po weirs. 

Becks J T, bopk keeper, American hotel, res same. 

Becks W C, law student, A W Hammond & Son, bds A W Hammond. 

Beckham Wm, (col) shoe maker, Peters and Garnett, res Peters. 

Beck with E M, accountant, H I Kimball, res e s Church nr Cain. 

Beck with E M, elk, H I Kimhall house, res cor Gilmer and Collins. 

Beerman & Kuhrt) cigars, tobacco, etc, 4 Whitehall st. 

Beer man Chas, of B <fe Kuhrt, res Whitehall c Branch ave. 

Beerman A^ proprietor gate city barber shop, 16 Alabama, boards at 

M Stubblefield house. 
Behan W J, bar keeper. National hotel, bds sam». 
Beite Theodore, cigar maker, res Thompson b Hunter and Alabama. 
Belcher Thos J, res nr Racetrack b Stephens and Stonewall. 
Bell A G» groceries, next door to cor Alabama and Loyd, res corner 

Washington and Peters. 
Bell ic Hammock* real estate agents, 15 Whitehall st. 
Bell M A, of B d2 H, res cor Wheat and Collins. 
Bell W S ft COi lumber yard, cor Pryor and Linn. 
Bell W S, of W S B <fc Co, res Foster. 
Bell J N, commission merchant, Foster junc College. 
Bell Geo, elk, F A Smith, boards J N Bell's. 
Bell Margenius A, atty, res c McDonough and Jones. 
Bell J N, of J D Turner <fc Co, warehouse. Broad, res Foster. 
Bell James L, conductor, A <fc W Pt R R, res Peachtree c Mills. 
Bell J 'JV, sale and livery stable, 22 Peachtree, res Gilmer nr Butler. 
Bell A J, wild land agt, res Calhoun b Forest av and Curritr. 
Bell Walter, lumber dealer, bds J N Bell's. 
Bell W T, elk, Salmons <k Alexander, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Bell C D, res Humphry near Wells. 

Bell Wm, wks Rolling mill, res R R b Jones av and Johnson. 
Bell James, fireman W<fcARR,resRRb Jones av and Johnson. 
Bell Mrs, res Railroad track b Jones av and Johnson. 
Bell Mrs Eliza, res Gordon, West End. 
Bellah Johns, col polisher, Gray's marble yard, res Rock. 
Bellenger J P, of Langston & B, grocers, res Cedar b Peachtree and Ivy. 
Bellingrath Li of Hunnicutt <fe B, 9 Marietta, residence Marietta nr 

Oglethorpe Park. 
Bellingrath A, of Hunnicutt <fc Bellingrath, res Marietta nr Oglethorpe 

Paric. 
Bender Williami German boarding house and beer saloon, Hunter b 

Thompson and Forsyth. 
Bender Wm jr, eng, W <fc A R R, bds Wra Bender's. 
Bender Louis, tinner, L B Langford, bds Wm Bender's. 



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BEERMi^N" & KUHRT, 

IMPOBTER8 AIO) DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

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IVhlteball Street, \ear the Bailroad, Atlanta, Cta. 

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MAUFAO'L'ORY. I 49 WHITEHAJ.L bT, 

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Benedict John, elk 90cU store, 6 Peachtree, rei Decatar 6a. 

Bennet B P, firm V P Sisson <fe Co, res Trebursev b Race Track and 

High. 

Bennett John W, eng Ga Railroad, res Moore b Decatur and Filmore. 
Bennett Joseph W, fireman Ga Railroad, res Moore b Decatur and 

Gilmore 
Bennett Wra, carpenter, bds Jno Conally. 

Benson C F, farniture dealer, 111 Whitehall, res nr West End. 
Benson C F, family groceries, 80 Whitehall, res Davis b Raoetraot 

and Walker. 
Bently John R, wks Ga Railroad shop, bds MarietU nr rolling mill. 
Bentley M E, barber shop, basement 82 WhitehiOl, bds Simpsons nr 

W <fe A Railroad. 

Benton & Prophitt, physicians, office Broad, Davis' HalL 
Benton Dr D H, of B <fe P's office, Davis' building Broad, res Nelson 
c Haynes. 

Benton Mrs J A, boarding house. Church b Ellis and Cain. 

Bergstrom A M, Job Printer, Intelligenoer office, res Calhoun nr 
Medical College. 

Bergerhauser J, pastry cook National hotel, res same. 

BerronP, boarding house and beer saloon keeper Forsyth* b Mari- 
etta and Walton. ^ ^ ^ . 

Berry M R, contractor, res Walton b Cone and Fairlie. 

Berry Joseph M, policeman, res Race Track b Trebussey and Haynes. 

Berry C W, transfer elk Ga R R, res o Pratt and Gihner. 

Berry Andrew W, elk M O Markham, res same. 

Berry W H, eng A <fc R A L R R, res Calhoun b GUmer and Decatur. 

Berry Frank, eng W <fc A R R, res Calhoun b Gihner and Decatur. 

Berrj Geo W, machinist, bds Frank Berry. 

Berry E M, druggist, res ElUs b CoUins and Calhoun. x 

Berry S M, printer Constitution office,.re8 Ivy near Wheat. 

Berry Saml, printer Conetitution office, res Ivy b Wheat and Line. 

Berry James M, painter res Race Track b Trebussey and Haynes. 

Berry Mrs Jane, res Race Track b Trebussey and Haynes, 

Besnahan Jno, blacksmith, res c Calhoun and Foster. 

Bettis & Bro, produce dealers, juno Peters and Walker. 

Beyer Marten, family grocer, cor Decatur and Collins. 

Bible Society, dtpository at Tommy <fc Stewarts, see societies. 

Blggers Br S T, office upstairs Fowell block Peachtree, res Luckie 
o Cone. 

Biggers W S, office 2 DeGive's opera house Marietta st, bds c Luckie 

and Spring, 
Bigsby J W, solicitor of advertisements, res Pryor nr city limits. 
Bilbro C R, elk Morrison, Bain & Co, bds Mrs H R Cody. 
BiIIh Mrs L C, res Marietta st near rolling mill. 

BiUups Dr E S, dentist, office up-stairs 59 Whitehall, ree 

Bingen Howard, (col) at Kimball House. 

Binyon T B, b k G W Jack, bds John Crawford. 

Bird T H, printer New Era office, res Forsyth st. 

Bird F M, (col) carpenter, res Washington'b Alabama and Hunter. 

Bishop L E, c-'k John Keely, bds Cannon House. 



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Bishop Chas, boot and shoe maker at A Olbright's, res Tkompson b 
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Bishop Geo, oarpeoter and joiner, res Yonng st. 

Bishop John, carpenter, res o Frasier and Richardnon. 

Bishop John W, boiler maker Ga R R shop, res Jones b Washington 
and Crew. 

Bishop Mrs Elizabeth, res Hayden b w Baker and Simpson. 

Bizzell S B, printer New Era office, res Railroad st. 

Blanchard M C^ Agent Fire Insurance Co, up-stairs 33 Whitehall, 
res Mitchell b Elliott and Mangum. 

Black Henry, elk Ptmberton, Taylor Ai Co, bds G D Blaok Pryor. 

Black G D, res Pryor b Peters and Garnett. 

Black Lawson, register in bankruptcy, res Walker county. 

Black Elias, carpenter, res Thurmond b Davis and Vine. 

Black George, blacksmith, res Thurmond b Davis and Vine. 

Blackburn Louis, tinner L B Langford, res MitchelL 

Blackman James, machinist, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 

Blackstock Kindred, street overseer, res c McDaniel and Wells. 

Blacketock Wm, rock mason, c McDaniel and Well*. 

Blaisdell O H, gold beater Dr Hape's office, res Forrest ave b Collins 
and Calhoun. 

Blake J J, b k Ga R R, bds Tremont House. ^ 

Blalock B, elk Southern Express office, bds Reau Campbell o Pryor 
and Mitchell. 

Blats Jno, printer Constitution office, bds Calhoun House. 

Blant S, elk Eiseman & Bro, bds Henry Cohen. * 

Bleckley L E, &tty, res Peachtree o Harris, office same. 

Bloek Frank E* wholesale candy manufactory, Broad b Hunter and 

Mitchell, bds A B Sharp. 
Block E, French millinery and dry goods, 45 Peachtree, res at store. 
Blodgett Foster^ res Walton nr w Cain. 
Blodgett E F, bds Foster Blodgett. 
Bioomiield Michael, rock mason, res c Pryor and Garnett. 
iilonnt Mat, machinist W d; A R R, res Collins o Jenkins. 
Blount P J, cigar maker John Ficken's, bds Aiat Blount. 
Blunt Dr J E, bds J G W Mills. 

Bnai Brith, meets good templers^hall Whitehall, see I O B B Direc- 
tory. 
Board of Education, Dr S H Stout secy, 50 Whitehall. 
Boartfield Samuel, carpenter, res Walker nr Peters. i 

Bobo W G, oik J Skinner A Co, bds W A Mitchell. 
Bode C, baker, res Loyd and Alabama. 
Boegershausen, G J, baker National Hotel, res w Harris b Williams and 

Orme. 

Bohannan Mrs S A, bdr< Mrs J C Witter. 
Bohnefeld H, elk Chas Bohnefeld, bds same. 
Bohnefeld GhaS) undertaker and furniture dealer, 68 Whitehall, res 

Luckie nr Walton Spring, 
Bokum Rev Herman, res c Rawson and Form wait, 
Bokum R D, elk Wallace Jb Fowler, res e Rawson b Cooper and 
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Na 6 WHITEHALL ST., 3 DOORS FEOM RAIILROAD DEPOT, 

ATLANTA, GEOEGIA, 

Keep coiiHtantly on hand a large stock ot 

SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. 

Also, the usnal variety of Fancy Goods to be found in a Book-store. 



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CAPS ANO AMOliTltIi OF ALL KIISS. 

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REPAIRER OF FIRE ARMS, SAFES, LOCKS, SEWIKG MACHINES, iC 

NO. 8 WHITEHALL STREET, (ne« the Depot) JLTT.uAJff'rA., O^. 




WM. W. TUI^ICER ik CO., 



DEUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES. 

PRESCRIPTION DRUB STORE. 

H. I. TS-TMHAX^T^ ^OXJSE, -A.X3L.A.NT-A., OA.. 

Family Medicines and pure Chemicals. Select toilet articles and 
fancy goodn. Wines and liquors for medicinal use. 

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Bolin W.P, bds Mrs S L Bolin. 

Bolin Mrs S L, res Fair b King and Martin. 

Boiling James, b k P B Woolen's stables, bds same. 

Bollman Wm, watch maker and jeweler, 10 Whitehall, bds Tremont 

House. 
Bollman J B, watch maker with Wm B, bds American Hotel. 
Bolsins A H, elk military hd qrs, res Rock b EUioit and Mangnm. 
Bomar Wm A, bds Mrs S E Bomar. 
Bomar J F, police.nan, res Nelson c Haynes. 

Bomar Thos H) eng A d* R Air Line Railroad, bds Mrs S £ Bo- 
mar. 

Bomar B F, machinist Ga R R, bds Mrs S E Bomar. 
Bomar Mrs S E, res Calhoun b Houston and Wheat. 
Bond A N» shoe store old post-office building Broad, c Alabama, bds 
Cannon house. 

Bone J C> conductor W <fc A R R, res Simpson b Elliott and Man- 
gum. 

Bone J H, painter, res Simpson c Mani^nm. 
Bone W M, painter, bds Mrs E P O'Connor. 
Bone Mrs Eliza, res Lambert nr rolling mill. 

Bonnheim Bei\} A, principal German and English and Hebrew 
school, o Mitchell and Pryor, bds Aaron Haas. 

Bookout Jno M, jeweler, office at McMillan & Snow, res o Rac^ 

Track and Haynes. 
Booker John W, wks roUmg mill, res Emma nr rollinpr mill. 
Boone A H, carpenter with Cannon <fc Johnson, 48 Peachtree, bds C A 

Cannon. 
Boon Thos, carpenter, fes Peters b Stephens and Walker. 
Boose Wm, at Phoenix planing mills, bds Mrs Monteith. 
Booth W E, carriage and wagon shop, c Peters and Gkimett, res w 

Peters b railroad and Booth's alley. 
Booth Geo J, res Elliott b Thurmond and Rock. 
Boring Dr John M, physician, res and office Forsyth b Alabama 

and Hunter. , • 

Boring Dr Jesse K, physician, res c McDonough and Fair. 
Bom J M, sr, res Church c Cone. 

Bom J M, jr, of Parsons, Bom <fc Co, res Church b Ellis and Cain. 
Borns Elon, mer miller, res Luckie c w Cain. - 
Boras DeWitt, bds Elon Boms. 
Boroughs J M, of Sharp, B A Co, bds J Hoyle. 
Boroughs G W, elk Sharp, Boroughs & Co, bds Mrs E Johnson. 
Bosworth Joe, traveling agent McBride A Co, res Mitchell b Davis 

and Trebussey. 
Bosworth James, elk L B Langford, bds Mrs E Bosworth. 
Bosworth Mrs E, res Nelson b railroad and Walker. 
Bontell John, architect and bldr, o Collins and Ellis. 
Boutell Geo H, carp, bds John Boutell. 
Boutell N A, carp, res Thurmond b Marietta and Luckie. 
Bo wen J T, carp, res Railroad b Berry and McLinn's alleys. 
Bowen Chas, res Stonewall. 
Bowen Gleo, res Forsyth b Branch alley and Graraett. 



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MACON & WESTERN EAILROAD, 

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Bowie John A, of W L Wadsworth &i Co, re§ Washington nr Falton. 

Bowers Wm D, cashier southern express ofSce, res Mangum c Markham 

Boyd ft 6ro> fauiily groceries, Peachtree nr For^yth, 

Boyd W £, of Boyd <& Bro, res Peaohtree b Alexander and Mills, 

Boyd G Mj of Boyd ife Bro, bds W E Boyd. 

Boyd J S, oik Boyd d; Bro nr Forsyth, bds W E Boyd. 

Boyd Jas F, elk Terhnne <fe Thomas, bds Mrs Miilikens. 

Boyd A L, ^ocery, c Gordon and Lee, res Gordon, West End. 

Boyd W W) 1*6^ Jackson nr city limits. 

Boyd D A, wheel-wright A T Finney Broad st, res Marietta st, 

Boyd Robt, oik Fort Gaines lottery, bds Barney Williams. 

Boyles John, aaciion and com h 15 Peachtree, res Mangom. 

Boyles Peter, oik John Boyles, bds same. 

Boyle Thos, aactioneer, res Mangum b Hunter and Rhodes. 

Boyles Edward, bk mason, bds Mrs Tresilian. 

Boynton C E, of Chamberlin, B <& Co, res Rawson c Formwalt. 

Boykin ft ShropAhires, grocers, so Whitehall 

Boykin L H, of Boykin & Shropshires, res Whitehall nr Gamett. 
Bozeman Dr James F, res Mitchell b Crew and McDonough. 
Brabazon John, machinist Porter &, Butler, bds Campbell Honse. 
Bradey J M* conductor W ife A R R, res Luckie o Alexander. 

Bradfleld Dr L H* manufacturing druggist, Broad nr Alabama, bds 

Dr J Bradfield. 
Bradfield Dr J, druggist, Broad nr Alabama, res Washignton b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
Bradfield E K, travelling agt of LH Bradfield, bds Josiah Bradfield. 
Bradfield W D, elk J Bradfield, bds Dr J Bradfield. 
Bradford Henry M, dk G W Jack, bds F M Jack, 
Bradley M H. carpenter, res Marietta nr city limits. 
Brady J J, of Lynn & Brady, furniture repairer and job shop, under 

DeGives Opera House, res c Gilmer and Butler. 
Brady Thos E* foreman Ga Railroad shop, res Calhoun b Gilmer and 

T)ecatur. 
Brady Tom, fireman W d; A Railroad, res Mechanics b Railroad and 

Elliott. 
Brainard Miss Sade, dress maker, up-staiis 72 Whitehall bds same. 
Bramlett J F, Clk John Peel, bds same. 
Brandon A J, engineer W <fe A Railroad, bds Mrs Embree. 
Brangan Alexander, nurseryman and florist, 2 miles outside city lim- 
its, McDonough road. ] 
Branham Dr Joel, ins agt of Norihwesteni Ins co, res Peaohtree c 

Powers. 
BraTlham J C* conductor A & W P Railroad, res Broad. 
Branham Mrs A J, res Peachtree c Powers. » 

Branham Mrs, res c Martin and Rawson. 
Brannon R C, Upholster, c Peters and Forsyth, res same. * 
Brantley Bev W Ti Pastor second Baptist church, res c Washington 

and Jones. 
Brantly Thos, machirest, Poiter h Butlers foundry, rea b Jones and 

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(TOBACCO IIANUFACTURER FOR S. H. HOLLAND,) 



Keeps constantly on band 



All Grades of Tobaceo, 



MANUFAOrUKED OF 



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Brantly Thos, apprentice at Porter & Butlers res Fair. 

Brantly John, bds Mrs Douujherty. 

Bray Prof W M, principal Brays high school, junc of Whitehal and 

Forsyth. 
Brazelton John, bds F L Little. 
Brazelton Mrs V L, res Youn^. 
Braziel J J, blacksmith, bds Mrs C Braziel. 
Braziel Mrs G, res Marietta nr Rolling Mill. 
Braziel H, bds Mrs C Braziel. 

Breitenbecker Phillip, b k Oelrichs saloon, bds P Oelrich. 
Brennon J T, merchant, res Elliott b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Brewer J L, painter and grainer, res Hayden b w Harris and w Baker. 
Brewer L B jr> of Hanleiter & CO, bds W R Hanleiter. 
Brice Smith, messenger telegraph office, res Mitchell ' b Davis and 

Trebursey. 
Bridges F E, b k at Anthony A oo, res Hunter c Washington. 
Bridges J B, dk at J C Whitner, insurance office^ 8 Alabama, bds 

Fease restaurant. 
Bridges J, Ins afft Alabama, bds John Crawford. 
Bridges John, bds John Crawford. 
Bridwell Wm, res up-stairs 71 Peachtree. 
Bridwell C, grocer Mitchell, res Mitcell b Davis and Trebursey. 
Bridwell Mrs H, res Mitchell, b Railroad and Elliott. 
Bridwell Wm, res Victoria b Railroad and Gray. 
Bridwell J A, rock mason, res Hunter b Maneum and Elliott. 
BriggsEP, Bailiff T D Lynes 91 Whitehall, res Peters nr Booths 

Alley. 
Briscoe B W, of Chamberlin Boynton & co, bds C C Pammock. 
Broad Jno, saloon, c Hunter aud Broad, res same. ^ 
Broadfoot G B, elk W A Lansdell, bds Cannon house. 
Brock J T, salesman Meador <fe bro, bds N J Meador. 
Brockman J D, beer deliverer, res Peters b Forsyth and Thompson, 
Brcan Dan, stone cutter, res Bell b Decatur and Ga Railroad. 
BroShan Henry, dk H Mnhlinbrink, bds H Mublinbrink. 
Brockmaii John, res Peters b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Bromley D W & COi wholesale and retail dealers in groceries, E 

Mitchell. 

Bromley D W, of D W <fc Co., Mitchell, bds Mrs Cody. 

Broomhead B H, builder. Thrasher nr A^hby Went End. 

Broomfield Michael, stone cutter Railroad, res c Gamett and Pryor. 

Brooks Bradford, grader res Decatur b Pratt and Moore. 

Brook S S, barber at gate city barber shop, res W Peachtree. 

Brotherton W H» ^n goods wholesale and retail 100 and 102 White- 
hall, res Whitehall c Branch Alley. 

Brotherton M L, elk W H Brotberton, bds Mrs.Osbom. 

Brotherton J T, elk W H Brotherton, bds Mrs Osborn. 

Brown A L, res Walker b Booth al and Stonewall. 

Brown A P Dr» chief record elk W <fc A Railroad oo, res Harris b But- 
ler and Ford. 

Brown . A W, prop Calhoun House, s s Alabama b Washington and 

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Comer Mitchell and Whitehall Streets, 

MANUPAOTURER OP 




SPRING AND IRON AXLE WAGONS. 

ALSO 

HARNESS OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. 

Being a practical workman, and having been engaged in this 

basineBB FOR MANY YEARS, I guarantee better work 

than can be found at almost any Shop in Georgia. 

My Material is of the beet that can 

be had. I am using the 

dUiMii siii nm fim. 

Superior to any Wheel in the World, 

All my work I warrant, and I mean what I say. Prices as low 
as any Shop that does 

First Class 'Work. 

REPAIRIKG of all kinds done at short notice. Terms inva- 
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Brown R H, atty at law, office up-stairs 17, Decatur, bds H I Kimball 

house. 
Brown B P, potter, res Peters nr Stephen. 
Brown C I» of F M Eddleman & co, res c Peters and Crew. 
Brown C M D, W & A Raihroad P O derk, junc Forsyth and White- 

hall. 
Brown Dr C, soda water manufiusturer, res Peters b Stephens and 

Walker. 
Brown G H, elk McBride <fc co, res Windsor b Rawson and Clark. 
Brown G C, tinner, Hunnicutt A Bellingrath, bds Mrs M W Williams. 
Brown H T, carpenter, res Walker b Booth al and StonewalL 
Brown James, col helper at Booths shop, res Summerhill. 
Brown J E, Ex Gov, Pres W A A R R Co, res o Washmgton and 

Jones. 
Brown J B, res Williams c W Baker. 
Brown J L, of Pope & Brown attys at law office granitte block, Broad 

bds c Jones and Washington. 
Brown J L, of Torbert B & co, 23 Marietta, res Greensboro, Ga. 
Brown J M, bds Tremoat house. 
Brown J N, carpenter, res o Hunter and Fort. 
Brown Miss Morendy, res Ivy b Merritts and North av. 
Brown Mrs M C, res c Ga Railroad and Terry. 
Brown Perino> agt Ga Railroad Banking CO, res w s Ivy nr Cedar. 
Brown Phillip col, carriage smith at J J Fords, res Gamett. 
Brown R F, machinest, res Nelson, b Railroad and Walker. 
Brown Thomas, boot maker with Flipper, Decatur, res Jones. 
Brown W C, apprentice at Porter and Butlers Foundry, res 

and R R. 

Brown W D, dept sbff, bds J O. Harris. 
Brown W F, merchant, res Race Track opp Nelson. 

Brown -^,tinner Hunicatt & Bellingrath. 

Brown Henry F, route agent W & A R R. 

Browning T W, harness maker, c Broad & Walton, res same. 

BrOXton H W, carpenter, res Alexander c Lovejoy. 

Broyles E H> atty at law, office up stairs 7 Marietta. 

Bruckner J O, ins agt, res Spring b Luckie and Walton. 

Bruce D R, mechanic, res Mangum, b Foundry and Thurmond. 

Bruce J T, bd« J K Thrower. 

Brumby ft M cFher80n> family grocers 13 Whitehall, 3 doors from 

Alabama. 
Brumby E B, of B <fc McPherson, bds American Hotel. 
Brumby Col A V, res Cooper b RawKon <fc Jones. 
Bryan S T, carpenter, res w Baker b Marietta and Luckie. 
Bryan W J> ast aesr 2d division res Jonesboro. 
Bryant S H, carpenter res Marietta nr city limits. * 
Bryant W A, Machinest at Porter & Butlers res Fulton county. 
Bryant Wm M, carpenter, rts Nelson b Mangum and Haynee. 
Buchanan A Son, dry goods and groceries, c Trebursey and Race 

Track. 
Buchanan A J, boiler maker, res c Fair and Frasier. 
Buchanan G W A, printer at Reynolds job office, res Racetrack. 



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PETRO OIL. KEROSENE OIL. 

JOHN T# HAixAN, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

m%@ m, mmim mi, 

HEADLIGHT OIL^ LUBRICATING OIL, LAMPS, 

JLm3 ZaAJM.^ F^7JElN•ISHI:N^G^ a-oor>s. 

I am Sole Agent in this City for the celebrated Non-Explosive 





This oil has neyor been exploded and the best Chemists in the land 
pronounce it Non-Explosive. Will burn in all the New and most 
Improved Burners out, with or without Chimneys. This oil is pe- 
culiarly adapted to the New BRTLLLANT ARQAND BURNER, 
and can be put on any lamp. 



Is the Only Oil extant that will burn in all the various Gas Gen- 
orating burners, without gumming and without smoking. 

I keep the best Kerosene Oil 110 deg., and Headlight Oil 150 deg. 
Fire test. I will supply the trade as low as it can be bought in 
Baltimore, freight added. My stock of 



Is complete — more varied perhaps, than any house in the State. 
I also keep a first rate stock of Plain and Fancy 



MTS. CORICnillll!!. fllES, m il lIlilK 

Willow Ware and House Furnishing Goods. 



^ MY OIL Department is separate and distinct from my 

GKOCERY department 

^^ Orders from the Country Merchants solicited, and prices 
guaranteed to give satisfaction. Sign TWIN BARRELS. 

Address, 

JOHN T. BAOAir, 



Post Office Box 500. 



114, Whitehall St., Atlanta Ga. 



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Buchanan H F, mer Mitchell, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 

Buchanan J F, carp, res Simpson b Mangum and Elliott. 

Bachanan J F, laborer, res Fair nr Jones and Martm. 

Buchanan J W, eng city flour mills, res Simpson b Elliott and Man- 

Buch^an Reubin C, eng W & A R R, res Mechanic b railroad and 

Elliott. . . ^ 

Buchanan Mrs T, res Rock b Elliott and Mangum. 
Buckalew James L, carp, res Rock b Elliott and Man^m. 
Buffington L W, elk southern express office, bds Mrs S C Buffington. 
Buffington Mrs S C, res Forsyth b Branch al and Whitehall. 
Buffington T M, policeman, bds Mrs S C Buffington, 
Buioe A, tinner with J D Buioe, bds Henry Buioe. 
Buice Wm A, tinner, bds H Buioe. 
Buice Calvin, machinist Ga R R shop, bds H Buioe. 
Buice David, eng A & W Pt R R, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R. 
Buice Elisba, runs saw mill, res Crew b Fair and Jones. 
Buice H, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R. » v 

Buice J D, tin ware stoves and house furnishing goods, 63 Peachtree 

res o Cun and Luokie. 
Buioe J M, Jones b Martin and King. 
Buice Madison, res Peters b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Bunch Frank, carpenter, bds John Shehane. 
Burdett T N, mer, Whitehall, res Johnson. 
Burgheim Rev D, res M & W R R nr Smith. 
Burgheim H, dk L Rosenfeld, bds D Burgheim. 
Burke T T, carp, res Walker b Booth al and StonewalL 
Burke T, Calhoun b Decatue and Ga Railroad. 

Burckhardt G A, confectionery, o Washington and Hunter, res same. 
Burks R L, elk Chapman, Rucker & Co, bds Cannon House. 
Burnt s Andrew, laborer, Decatur opp Young. 
Bums J A, b k H I Kimball <fc Co, res Grant c Glenn. 
Burnett Mrs, millinery and lancy goods, upnatairs 47 Whitehall, bds 

Mrs E Johnson. 
Burnett O S, printer New Era office, res c Peters and Pryor. 
Burnett R P, conductor M «fc W R R, res Rock c Mangum. 
Burney R, res Magazine b W & A R R and Elliort. 
Burr Mrs S A, res Alabama b Forsyth and railroad. 
Burrell Mrs Louisa, res al b Elliott and Mangum, Thurmond and Rock. 
Burt Dr H L, of Hilsman, B <fc Co, res Hancock county. 
Burton Horace, (col) elk T Ross, bds same. 

Burton J H, eng M <fc W R R. res Hunter b Haynes and Mangum. 
Busby Geo H> bds National Hotel. 
Busby Willis P, brakesman, res Railroad c Rock. 
Bush, R P, baggage master W & A R R, res b Glenn and Crumley nr 

city limits. 
Bush B, painter, res Glenn and Crumley, nr city limits. 
Business College, James building, Whitehall. 
Butler J Ef Daer miller, res Marietta c Cone. 
Butler John, rock mason, res Collins b Houston and Jenkins. 
Butler Mrs E C F, res Pryor b Houston and Wheat. 






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—WITH— 
WHOLBSALE DEALBBS IN 



AND HANUFACTUISD TOBACCO, PURE SOCRBON AND RECTIFIED WHISKIES, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 



FOB THE PTTBCHASE OF 



roE licoi iMii. AID sEiseiiL PLiimTioi wm 



SAINT LOUIS, MO. 



ATLANTA MARBLE WORKS. 



I Wm. Gray, Proprietor. 



S. R Oatman, Agent. 



Importers and Dealers in 



AmericaiL. and Italian Marble Monnments, 

MOirUMBirTg, STJiTVEg. ¥A8Eg, 

TOMBS AND HEADSTONES, AND ALL KINDS OF MONU- 
MENTAL WORK FURNISHED IN THE BEST MAN- 
NER AND ON REASONABLE TERMS. 



l^'Besigra of Monumentt and Siatitary Fumithsd Free on AppUeation. 



L- B. LANCFORD, 

WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALBB IN 

STOTES, HOLLOW WABE, 
block: tin, tin fi^ajte. 

Sheet Iron and Tinners' Findings, LAMPS, and Silver Plated 
Ware, House Famishing Goods of Every Description, 

Gas Fitting and Plumbing dontfl» order. 
Keystonb Block, Whitehall St. ATLANTA, GA« 

AGENTS FOB THE CELEBBATED " CHABTEB OAK STOVE." 



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Butler Mrs Julia, asst orphans' free scliool, bds Dr ^tacy. Wheat. 

Butler I L, elk lumber yard, bds Mrs E Dawson. 

Butler John W, policeman, res Pry or b Wheat and Hunter. 

Butler L M, printer military hd qrs, bds Cainpbcl! House. 

Butler B H» firm Porter & Butler, res nr foundry. 

Butt Tim M, atty, res c Crew and Jones. 

Butt Wm, ootton buyer, res c Crew and Jones. 

Butler A J, painter McBride & Smith, bds Whitehall 

Butler L, carrier Constitution office, res Fort. 

Bullock Bufos B» Governor of Georgia, res Peaohtree c w Cain. 

Buzbee & Edwards, dealers in groceries and produce, Peachtree nr 

Forsyth. 
Buzbee W T, of Buzbee <fc Edwards, res Peachtree c Mills. 
Byers Stodard, bds Mrs Hoyle. 
Byers W, res Foundry b railroad and Elliott. 
Byington M P, lawyer, office 15 Whitehall, res Gordon at West End. 

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Cady C H, firm D W B <fc Co, Mitchell, bds Pease's resteurant, 

Cahn BrOB) dry goods and clothing, 90 Whitehall 

Cahn Leo, of Cahn Bros, bds 90 Whitehall. 

Cahn Edward, of Cahn Bros, bds 90 WhitehaU. 

Cahn Louis, of Cahn Bros, bds 90 Whitehall. 

Cainer Sampson, train hand A <fc W Pt R R, res Young. 

Calaway David, apprentice Porter & Butler, house nr Gen Gartrell. 

Caldwell James L, printer book and job room Intelligenger office, bds 

Alabama st. 
Caldwell E L, elk W K Fox, b h Grant building. 
Caldwell James, elk C J Kick'iffhter, res c Mitchell and Thompson. 
Caldwell Jas, dk Menko, Bro £ Co, bds Mrs Shivers. 
Caldwell J T, sup't National Hotel restaurant, bds same. . 
Calhoun & Son* attys, office Alabama nr Washington. 
Calhoun W L, of C <fc Son, attys, s w c Washington and e Alabama. 
Calhoun Jas M, lawyer, s w c Washington and e Alabama. 
Calhoun Dr E N, res c Washington an Peters. 
Calhoun James, bds J M Calhoun. 
Calhoun P, res Lee West End. 

Calhoun M, family groceries, Frasier b Clark and Fulton, res same. 
Callihan J T, wks Rolling Mill, res Thurmond b Elliott and Railroad. 
Calloway J H, res c Rawson and Cooper, 
Calloway Mrs Martha, res Hunter b McDonough and Butler. 
Calvin F G, in H I Kimball house, res Mitchell b Elliott and Mangum. 
Calvin J H, office H I Kimball House, res MitoheU bet Elliott and 

Mangum. 
Calvert Wm, bds Capt W L Martin. 

Calbut W R, elk at Martin and Whittens, bds Wm L Martin* 
Calory Chas, Porter and Butlers Foundry, bds O K Wilson, 
Cameron J D, real estate dealer, res Cone c Church. 
Camp Geo W, mechanic, res Dent ai b Elliott and Mangum Rock and 

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Wholesale Dealen in 

MECHANICS' TOOLS, HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, WAGON 
MATERIAL, bTOYSS, GRATES AND MANTELS. 



No. 24 WhitehaU Street, Chm&r Alabama, Atlanta, Go, 
W. L. WADSWORTH. JOHN A. BOWIE. 



MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, 

(LATE OF NEW YORK) 

CT7BES CHBONIC AND OTHER DISEASES WITHOUT 

THE AID OF MEDICIKE, 

By imparting and equalizing the vital fluid in obedience to the laws of 

Nature, 
onsultation Free. Treatment—From One to Five Dollars. Call 
and be healed, at No. 82 Whitehall street..^! 



M ABTIN MSmCO. 



JOSEPH ICSinEO. 



SAM. BONDHSDC 



M. MENKO, BRO. & CO., 

DKALBBS nr STAPLE AVD FANOT 

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. BOOTS AND SHOES, \ 

HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, ETC. 

28 WhUehaM Street, two doort from Alabama, Atlanta, Oe(yrg%€k, 

VLiberai inducemeuts oflered Country Merchants. A trial is all we aak. We 

guarantee satisfactioo. 



W. B. PHILLIPS. D. IC. FLANDBBS. 

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T. J. PHILLIPS. 



Staple and Faney JDry Goodsj 

HOSIEBY, BIBBOXS, NOTIONS, Ac, 



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ATLANTA, OEOROIA. 



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Camp W H, res Loyd b Peters and Fair. 
Camp Capt, res Gordon West End. 
Camp Mrs L C, res c Houston and Collins. 
Campbell HousOt by J L Keith, c Decatur and Ivy. 

Campbell Beau ft COt clothing and genu furnishing goods, 14 

^Whitehall. 
Campbell Reau, clothier^H Whitehall, res c Mitchell. 
Campbell J B, of W W Compton Ss oo grocers, res Ivy c Pine, 
Campbell J T, of Ford <fe C, 29 Whitehall, bds same. 
Campbell J C, restaurant, basement 5 Marietta, res same. 
Campbell Beau ft Co« clothing house of the period, 14 Whitehall, 

res Pryor c Mitchell. 
Campbell Cfhas T, a^st supt so ez co, bds Mrs Robertson c Fairand 

Washington. 
Campbell G^eo A, express mesFenger, bds Mrs Kirkpatrick. 
Campbell A H, machinist at Porter & Butler's foundry, bds Campbell 

House. 
Campbell James, janitor medical college, res Luckie b Foundry and 

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Campbell James, res Emma, back i^Uin gmill, 

Campbell Wm, blacksmith McBride & Smith, bds Mrs O'NeiL 

Cannon <fe Johnson, contractors and builders, 48 Peaohtree. 

Cannon C A, of C <fe Johnson, res c Gilmer and Butler. 

Candler Milton A, of Hill 4s C, also Senator, res Decatur Ga. 

Cannon House, i^ Marietta st. 

Cannon Mrs M E, proprietress Cannon House, 15 Marietta st. 
Cannon J P, coppersmith state shop, res Mitchell b Washington and 

Loyd. 
Cannon I C, blacksmith McBride & Smith, bds Mrs O'Nell. 
£ Capes George S, dk Wm Wood, ooffin ware rooms. No 8 Broad, res 
Pounds^ hm. 
Cappell Benj, printer. Sun office, bds A P Rollins. 
Capron H L, restaurant MitoheU b Whitehall and Broad, res White- 
hall. 
Carbine P V, machinist G^ R R shop, res Hunter b Bell and Fort. 
Garden Perry, wks rolling mill, bds Mrs L Beauchamp. 
Car^ile Mitchell, (col) carp, res Butler nr McDonougb. 
Carley M A, AUanta Southern Oil Works, 4 Line st, bds Mrs Grant's, 

Pryor. 
Carlton J M B, grocer, bds Henry Holmes. 
Carlton, J K P res Bartow o Walton. 
Carpenter Dr L D, dentist, 50 Whitehall, res c Rawson and Pol- 

Tiam. 
Carr Amos, (col) truckman in Ga R R depot, lives nr jaiL 
Carr E R, bds Mrs H P Redding. 
Carr T B, 33 Peachtree, bds Campbell House. 
Carroll Wm 8, wholesale grocer, 7 Marietta st, res Houston b Ivy 

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Carroll J H, dk W S Carroll, bds same. 



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SIMMONS & HUNT, 



-DEALEBS IN- 



PRODOCE, CROCERIES, PROYISIORS, IIOIORS, 

dbo. dbo. dbo- 

JUNCTION MARIETTA AND WALTON BTE, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



LUTHER J. GLENN. 



JOHN T. GLENN. 



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PRODHCE. GROCERIES « PROVISIONS, 

MARIETTA STREET, ATLANTA, OEOROLL 



JACOB COHN, 

11 AT.jBAlfA STREET, 

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Carroll Jesse Y, oik W S Carroll, bds same. 

Carroll H H, b k Htumicutt A BelliDgrath, res Collias b Baker and 

, Forrest. 
Carroll O C, manager Kenny's ale depot, bds Mrs M E Kenny. * 
Cartelon Mike, hackman O H Jones ie Co, res same. 
Carter Bros* manufacturers Howard & Soule and Wheeler & Wil- 
son sewing machines, I DeGive's opera house, Marietta st. 
barter A N, of Carter Bros, res opera house. 
Carter W E, of Carter Bros, res opera hou^e. 
Gary Phillip D, cashier National freedman's savings bank. 
Casey Sanford, res b state sbp and Elliott, Masrazine and Foundry. 
Casey M C, painter, res Dent al, b Elliott and Mangum, Rook and 

Simpson. 
Casey James, (col,) fiunily gtooer, June Butler and MoDonongh, res 

same. 
Cassin Dr G S, city pbysidan, office up-stair 84 Whitehall, res Nelson 

b Railroad and Walker. 
Cassin C P> Alderman, res Nelson b Rwlroad and Walker. 
Cassels L M, ins agt. Forest av b Calhoun and Butler. 
Cason J W, Policeman,res w Baker b Hayden and Hull. 
Castleberry M T, res Peters nr Berry. 
Gates J R, wks Rolling Mill, bds Mrs M J Roberts. % 

Catholic Chnroh* Father O'Reilley priest, c Loyd and Hunter. 
Cathcart G H, elk Wirdsworth <fc oo, res Winter b Rawson and Clark. 
Caverly C E, apprentice at Porter afld Butlers, bds Deoatur st. 
Cawley James, cond W <fc A Raibroad, bds Mrs Dougherty. 
Cayen James, family groceries, Marietta o w Cain, res at store. 

Central Presbyterian Church. Washington opp City Hall, Rev 

J T Leitwich pastor. \^-^ 
Chalk W G, bk Adair & bro, bds A D Adair. 
Chambers J E, printer Const office, bds Ivy nr Oak. 
tlhftyw^y^'^T Hftynton A Go, dry goods, carpets, window shades, 

67 and 59 Whitehall. 
Chamberlain E P, of C, Boynton A oo, ree Washington c Crumley, 
Chamberlin G P, oik C, Boynton <fe oo, bds American Hotel 
Chambless W L, elk Chamberlin, B A co, bds D H Hammond. 
Chamberlin G B, chief elk U S Marshal office Browns building Broad, 

bds Mrs Goodes. 
Champe T C, mer tailor, basement 15 Marietta, res up-stairs 6 e Ala- 
bama. 
Chance T F, tobaooo manufacturer Marietta, res Victoria b Railroad 

and Gray. 
Chandler Mrs N C, ree Martin nr Fair. 
Chandler Thos W, bds Mrs M Marshall. 
Chamy Calvin, painter, bds W W Thompson. 
Chapman* Backer & Co. wholesale groceries ?md com merchants 

86 Whitehall. 
Chapman W W, of C, Rucker & co, res Griffin Q&. 
Chapman J L, of Daffiron & Chapman, res Jackson nrW W Boyd's. 
Chapman J L, meat market, Whitehall bda E T Hunnicut. 
Chapman J L, manager meat stall, 2 Terhune & Thomas, 104 Whitehall. 



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Chapman, E M, elk Frwi Scliiff, bds same. I-' ^ - 

Chapman W H, elk TaHt^y <fc Sisaon, bds Wm Lowe. 
Chapman E B, eoud A «fc W P Railroad, bds Broad st. W; v: 
Chapman W B, res Luckic b Foundry and Thurmond. - ' 

Charles O D, of Phillips, C & co, bds c Forsyth and Garnett. 
Charlton Dr F E, <lk Pemberton Taylor <& co. 
ChlBtain T A ^ds Ivey c Gilmer. 

Cheaney li P, nie<-.hanie, res Mangum b Racetrack and Nelson. 
Cheshire E D, res c Ftilton and Windsor, ' 

Chester J W, bk J il Ketner agt Kenesaw Mills, bds Mrs Overby 
Chester John S, foreman W <fc A Railroad round house, res lliyues 

b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Chester Wm P, engineer W & R R, res Hav -oo h Hunter and Rhodes. 

Chicago Ale Depot Mrs ME Kenr. uf^netress, Pryor res 

Hayne. 

Chilton W H, manager southern dept gov ftecy Life I Co, up-stairs 
33 Whitehall, bds Kimball House. • 

Ollisolin W P, baker <& conf manu, 2G Whitehall, bds Mrs R E 
Chisolm. 

Chisolm R E, boarding House, c Garnet and Pryor, res same. 

Chisolm Perry, elk W P Chisolm, res Mrs R E Chisolm. 

Chisolm John, office and room up stairs 9 Decatur. 

Chisolm F N, bds Tremont House. 

Chisholm A, painter, res Davis, b Rhodes aud Magazine. 

Chisolm E, bds D P Hill. 

Chisolm Jack, res c Wheat and Collins. 

Chisolm Willis P, candy manuf, res Marietta st. 

Christian J A, elk R P Kimbro & co, maauf and jobbers clothiug,9 De- 
catur, bds Cannon house. 

Christitin Wm res R R n Foundry. 

Christian Church, Hunter b Loyd and Pryor Rev T M Harris pastor. 

Christiphene F laborer, res c Butler and Jenkins. 

Church J, eng Winships foundry res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 

Churcn John, eng M <fc W R R, res Mangum b Rock and Simpson. 

Church W, eng W <fc A R R, res Mamgum b Rock and Simpson. 

Church M M, bds A P Rollins. 

Churchill Rev J E, artist and minister, up stairs 29 Whitehall bds 
restaurant. 

Churchill John, machinist, res Dairy c Luckie. 

Churchill Gus, wks rolling mill, res Emma, back of rolliner mill. 

Churchill James W, L-on monger, res Plum nr Rolling MilL 

City Hall, c Hunter and Washington. 

City Mills, J E Butler prop'r, c Bartow <fe Railroad. 

City Directory, Hauleiter publisher, AtlauU Ga, office Granite 
Block Broad st. 

City Brewery, Feebler &, Mercer, located nee Harris and Collins. 

Claflin Mrs C, dress maker, res c Pryor and Wheat. 

Clairdy C S, painter, bds Racetrack. 

Clalrdjr Olin, book binder at Hanleiter's, bds Mrs Jane Clairdy. 

Clairdy. Mrs Jane, res Stonewall. 

Clark A A, bk Rice <fc Mitchell, bds Mrs E P O'Connor. 

Clark A M, res Thurmond b Elliott aud Mangum. 



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^ Day Train Canii«ct« at Griffln, ft>r all point* on Savannah Griffln A North Ala. B.R.,ancl at 
Baroeaville, for Thomaston and points on Upton County B. R. ^ 

General Office of the Company, Macon, Ga. 

A. J. WHITE, Pbesident, ) 

H. W. BRONSON, M. T., \ Macon. 

M. S. FREEMAN, Tbeasuber. ) 

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Clarks Chapel M E, col c Fulton and Martin. 

Clark, C Sk> co, agts Weed sewing machine co, 21 Marietta. 

Clark C, of C <fc CO 21 Marietta, bds J P Perdue. 

Clark E F, elk Chapman Rucker & co, bds W H Fisher. 

Clark E Y, atty, bdR J M Clark. 

Clark E J, widow, res Ivy c Cain. ^ ^ ^ ., , ^r- i n i 

Clark F W. g^n freight agt M & W Railroad, res c Mitcholl aiul 

Thompson. - 

Clark H F, agt M ifc W R lilroad, res c Mitchell and Thompson. 
CUrk H T, res Thurmond bet Elliott and Mangum. 
dark J M, firm J M C <fc Son, res e s McDonough. 
Clark E Y, of J M C & Son, res e s McDonough 
Clark J, atty, c Crumly and Washington. 
Clark, J D, conductor A <fc W Pt R R, bds White 
Clark Mrs Lydia, widow, up-stairs 111 Whitehall. 
Clark Louis H, ins agent, res Ivy b Currier and Pine. 

cSrk Marshall J, lawyer, e Alabama over Ga National bank, res c 

Crumley and Washington. ,rrr, , -r» :m r 

Clark Roht C, of T M <fc R C Clark, res Wheat b Pryor and Ivy. 
Clark R H, atty, res c McDonough and Jones. . r>u a 

Clark Richard, eng W & A R R, res Elliott b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Clark S E, ins agent, res c Ivy and Merntt's ave. 
Clark Thos M & Co, hardware and cutlery, c Peachtree and Line. 
Clark Thos M, of Thos M & Co, res c Mitchell a^f Fo".vtli- 
Clark Prof Wm F, prof of music, up stairs 111 Whitehall, bds same. 
Clark V B, b k Stubblefield House, bds same. 
Clark Mrs, res Elliott b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Clark's colored Seminary, Martin opp Fulton. 

Clarke James, res c Washington and Crumley. . , . 

CUrk's Chapel M E, (col) Frasier b Raw»on and Jones, -~ pastor. 

cSsby Jam^, machinist Porter & Butler, bds J F Sponsler. 

Clasply J H, machinist Porter & Butler, res Hunter st. 

Clower J L, of Shackelford <fc Co., res Calhoun st. 

Clay Jas carp, res Fwr b Frasier and McDonough. 

Clav J H, brick mason, res Lambert back rolling mill. 

Clay H B, brick mason, res Dent al b EUiott and Mangum, Rock and 

Simpson. 
Clay C £, bds Gardner House. 

Clav Mrs Mary, res Dent al b Elliott and Mangum, Rock and Simpson. 
Clayton J W, of C & Webb, res Windsor b Jones and Rawson. 
Clayton \¥ W, Banker, res Marietta c Spring. 
Clayton T A, student prof W M Bray's school, Ms W W Clayton. 
ClaVton A S, student Oglethorpe College, bds W W ClayVm. 
Qleveland Dr William, homcepathic physician, Houston b U Uiard and 

Jackson. 
Cleveland L C, elk J E England & Co, bbs D M Clower s, 
Clinton Mrs Susan, Marietta nr Thurmond. 
CUnton J M, butcher, Mike Kriez, res Peters nr Whitehall. 
Close L, bowling aUey, 20 Whitehall st, bds John Ficken s. 
Clow WiUard, Porter & Butler's foundry, bds J F Sponsler. 



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Clower W W, brick-masoD, res Haris b Calhoun and Collins. 

Clower T L, saloon, Decatur st. 

Clower D M, rook mason, res Cooper b Whitehall and Jones. 

Clower B M, bds D M Clower. 

Clower, Mrs Nancy, res Harris b Collins and Calhoun. 

Cobb #i^€0 S, agent Southern Express Co, 36 e Alabama, res Pryor 

b Mitchell and Peters. 
Cobb J R, elk for McMillan & Snow, bds J C McMillan. 
Cqchran W A, carpenter, res Luckie cor Pine. 
Cody Mrs H R, boarding house, 87 and 89 Whitehall. 
Coffee Mrs S T, seamstress, bds W D Cook. 

Cpl^r 91 J, of Goldsmith <& C, R R Block, res cor Houston an Ivy. 
Coffin T T, beef stall, w Peters, res Loudon, Teiin. 
Cogffins J H, reporter Western Union Telegraph Co, bds near U S 

Barracks. 
Coffging W T, bricklayer, res Rock, b Elliott and Mangum. 
Conen Sl Co, wholesale Uquor deiders, 43 Whitehall. ' 

Cohen Levi, of Cohen & co, res Thompson nr Hunger. 
Cohen H, dry goods, clothg, etc, 12 Whitehall res Whitehall nr Garnett. 
Cohen J L, dry goods, clothg and gents furuish'g goods, 30 Whitehall. 

res Thompson nr Hunter. 
Colm JaODb) manufacturer of fine cigars and dealer in tobacco, etc, 

11 Alabama st, bds same. 
Cohron J, printer, Era job office, res Forsyth b Peters and Garnett. 
Coker D O, elk J W McCrerry's, res Booth's alley. 
Colbert Jno, (col) porter, A E <fe B F Wyley's 38 e Alabama, res cor 

Decatur and Pratt. 
Calby W M, boot maker, with Flipper, Decatur res Collins st. 
Coldwell Andrew, tinner, res Youug nr Decatur. 
Cole Wm N, elk Bradfield, res Magazine, b Mangum and Haynes. 
Cole M W, of Harden & oo, res Atlanta nurserien, MoDonou^h road. 
Coles H (col,) carpenter, res Lucie. nr Thurmond. 
Coles Sandford col Carpenter, res Luckie nr Thurmond. 
Coleman J T, carpenter res Emma back of rolling mill. 
Coleman Mary, seamstress, res Ivy c Harris. 
Collier T U, saloon keeper, res Simpson b Hayden and Orme. 
Collier Patience, res Simpson b Hayden and Orme. 
Collier J Sc Son, attys at law, up stairs 58 Whitehall. 
Collier £ G Mrs, dress maker, Peters,res same. 
Collier John, of C & Son, res Nelson nr M <fc W dep^t. 
Collier C A, of C <fc Son b'ds John Collier. 
Collins Sb Johnston, lottery agts, c Broad and Marietta. 
Collier J W, of C A Johnson, res Nelson. 
Colher T J, grocer c Foundry and Railroad track. Res Simpson. 
CoUier M L, mechanic res Nelson c Mangum. 
Collins Mri) Sarah, res o CoUins and Baker. 
Collins J D, asst dk Superior Court, bds W R Venable. 
Collins James F, res Foundry c Elliott. 

C^QUi'tt Cren A U, vice pres sou life ins co, res Kirk wood. 
Colquitt Mrs W T, asst teacher orphans free school, bds Mrs Overby. 
Colwell R H, res Railroad Track b Spring and Bartow. 
Col well John, painter res Railroad Track, bet ^Spring and Bartow. 



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Compton A^ Co, wholepale and retail Grooenes, 35 Peachtree. 

Compton W W, of & CO, bds Mrs Overby. ^ 

1 Conoordia Hall, up atairs, 85 Whiteb^l. ^ ^ 

I Cone W B, elk W H Brotherton 100 Whitehall, bds Mrs Osbom. 

Coner^ational Church First, Storrs school house, Houston, R^v CW 

Francis pastor. , *, ^ t^> 

Conwav J J dk John Ryan, bds Mrs F Days. 
Connally A, family jrroceries. Hunter b Butler and Terry, res same. 
Connally Arthur, elk Stokes & bro, bds Jno Connally. 
ConnaUv H G, elk Peter Lynch 92, WhitehaU, bds J Connally. 
Connaly John, Sexton city Atlanta, res Terry b Hunter and Ga 

ConnaUy^W 6, Pharmaceutist Redwine & Fox, bds Pease resUurant. 
Connor E L, painter, res Thurmond, bet Elliott and Mangum. 
Connor » C, ins agent, bds Mrs M J Green. 
Conley John L, State Librarian, bds DP HilL 
Conley John, Policeman, res Davis b Magazme and Foundry. 
Conley J C, carpenter, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 
Conley Mrs Kate, res Hayden, b w Harris and Baker. 
Conwell Ed, emp M A W Railroad, bds John Gavms. w., , ,,1 

Convent of the Immaculate Conception, c Loyd b Hunter and Mitchell 
superior— sister Jane Frances. , , ,. , /-tj -i ^«^ 

Cook Pitt* Sl Co, planing mill sash door and blind mauf Railroad 

Cooke A B°, D^D S, office 15 Empire Block Whitehall, res n Anderson 

nr Grant. , ,. , 

Cook C R, painter bds F L Little. 

Cook Mrs Carie, res WiUiaras c w Hams. , w . i?«^ 

Cook D A, elk Seago, real estate office, res Gordon st West End. 
Cook Geo ft Co, Musical Instruments etc. Marietta sU 
Co^Iil elk L B Langfo^d. bds G W D Cook. 
Cook I J, policeman, ris Stonewall st b Walker & Racetrack. 
Cook John, tailor, J H Purtell's, 7 Peachtree, res Fair b Frazer and 

McDonou^h. , rr. i. 

Cook J M, res Nelson b Haynes and Trebursey. 
PaoIc Lewis, restaurant, basement 84 Whitehall res West End. 
Co?k L P^k at Jno F MorrisV, bds at Jno F M's on Thompson st. 
SSkeTB, physician, office U Empire Block Whitehall res Anderson 

Cook WD, Music store, MarietU, res Plum nr Rolling mill. 

Cropcr i^Lane, commission merchanU and produce brokrs, Pryor 

b Alabama and Hunter. ,,«..,, tt * 

Pnnnpr ME of C <fc Lane's, bds at Mrs. McKinley's on Hunter. 
SSpcr J Tyler, Uwye'r, office City Hall, bds Mrs Overby. 
Cooper J T, elk Jacobe, family groceries and ^^Y^ood- 46 Peachtree. 
Coooer R J< carpenter, res Mechanic b R K and ILlIiott. 
Cooper Rufus, barber, 82 Whitehall, bds cor Decatur and Ivy. 
Cooper Thos, elk bds at Mrs Powers. 
Copeland Julia, bds at Mrs Powers. 



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Ccplin Daniel, res Thurmond, b Elliott and Mangum. 

Coppan John, of Thompson Bro <fe Co, bds at Mrs Spencer's. 

Coppedge J L, wks Rolling mill, res Dairy nr Luckie. * 

Corkill T H, prof penmanship, Moore's business college, bds B F Moore. 

Corley J H, machinist, Winship foundry, res Peachtree b Cedar So Pine. 

Comet O P, boot and shoe makr Wm Glaeson's , res Gilmer c Calhoun. 

Corput M, of Fay Ss C, architect, res Whitehall b Ivey and Collins. 

Corput Gustave, architect, bds M Corput. 

Corrigan Michael, rock mason, res Loyd b Mitchell and Hunter. 

Corrigan John, proprietor saloon Hunter, res Broad. 

Corry Mrs H, Forsyth cor Grubb. 

Corson H C, executive secretary, bds J R W Johnson's. 

Cory P D, cashr freedman's saving bank. Broad, bds Rev C W Francis. 

Gotten Jos A, atty at law, office up-strs Whitehall bds American Hot^l. 

Cothrnn E A, printer, res Booth ally. 

Cottingham H H? general frt agt Southern frt line, bds H P Clark. 

Couch E F, policeman, res Peter nr Stephens. 
Coughlin John, saloon keeper, res Marietta nr Rolling mill. 
Coughlin & ^erry, proptrs bar room, 8 Alabama res op Rolling mill. 
Courtney J C, sup telegraph line W & A R R Co, res Ivey b Baker and 

Forest avenue. 
Cowart Robt J, attorney, bds Campbell House. 
Cowhart H S, book keeper T R Ripley, bds Cannon House. 
(ox B T A^ Bro, produce and com merchants Forsyth nr Marietta. 

Cox H T, of H T C <fc Bro, res Peachtree b Cain and Harris. 

Cox J L, of H T Cox <fe Bro, produce and comm'n merchants, Forsyth 

res Tennessee. 
Cox J C, elk H T Cox & Bro, Forsyth bds H T Cox. 
Cox N H, elk H T Cox & Bro, Forsyth bds H T Cox. 
Cox & Hill, wholesale liquor dealers. No 5 Peachtree. 

Cox Maj W B, wholesale liquor merchant, res IVy b Harris and Baker. 
Cox W B, of Cox <fe Hill, wholesale liquor dealers. No 6 Peachtree res 

cor Ivy and Baker. 
Cox Rev D D, pastor Payne's chapel, res Plum nr Pine. 
Cox J E, genl claim agt, W <& A R K Co, res Mechanic b R R and Elliott. 
Cox J B, painter Hnwald & Gantt, res Decatur nr Calhoun. 
Cozart Mrs A M, boarding house keeper b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Cozart H B, bds Mrs Cozart. 

Craft Jacob, baker res Calhoun b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Craig J W, of Tatum & co Family groceries, res Marietta b Butler 

and Conley. 
Craig James, pattern maker at Winsbips Foundry, res c Pryor and 

Peters. 
Craig A C, drayman res Simpson c Hull. 
Crane C A, elk at Williams Lang6ton <fe C 12 and 14 Ala, bds Mrs 

Cody's Whitehall b Hunter and Mitchell. 
Crane Benj E, of Williams, Langston <fe C, bds National Hotel. 
Crane Jas, app. blacksmith McB <Jk Smith bds Mrs Doyles. 
Cranford Horace, mess W <fc A Railroad So Ex co 36 e Ala, res Dr 

Boring on Forsyth. 
Crawford John, wks W <fc A R R, rea Marietta nr Thurmond. 



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Crawford V B, bcU F A Crawford. 

Crawford F A, res Nelgon cor Elliott. - ^ ^, ^ ;, tt * 

Crawford John, grocer, Peachtree res Forsyth b Alabama and Hnnter. 

Crawford Robt, book-keeper and renUl agt Bell <fe Hammock res Crew. 

Crawford Dr Geo C, physician, up-stairs 28 WhitehaU res — 

Crawford A W, res Pryor nr Fair. 

Crawford Able, res Pryor b Jones and Fair. ^ _^. 

Crawford Jno, with J ii MiUer, famUy grocer 69 Peachtree res Forsyth. 

Crawford Lewis G, attorney up-stairs 71 Whitehall bds Pease & wife. 

Crawford M B, blacksmith, W & A R R shop, res HuU b Simpson and 

w Baker. 
Creghom A, dk Hunicutt & Bellingrath, res Marietta nr Thijrmond. 
Crenshaw Mrs S A, res iuno Luckie and Havden. 
Crenshaw James L, moling clerk, Constitution office, res junc Luckie 

and Hayden. 
Crenshaw Chae B, bookkpr, S A Echols, res junc Luckie and Hayden. 
Crew B B, of Phillips <fc C, bds Mrs Merrill's. 
Criffler J W <fc J C, contractors and builders, shop Gilmer st. 
Cr^ler Jacob C, oarpr and builder, res Collins b Houston and Decatur. 
CrigleD Jos W, carpr and builder, res Collins b Gilmer and Decatur. 
Cr&tenden 8 E, of C & MoCombs, proprietors H I KimbaU House 

• res same. -in • 

Croake J W, broom mkr, S B Robson's broom factory. Broad res Fair. 

Crocket D M, carpenter, Ga R R shop, res c Ga Railroad and Calhoun. 

Crocket D A, machinist, Hoyt's foundry, bds D M Crockett. 

Croft Thomas, mail guard W<fcARR,bdsGW Crofts. 

Croft D W, condr M & W R R, res Rhodes b Mangum and Haynes. 

Croft F T, baggage master M & W R R, res b Mangum and Haynes. 

Croft D, carpenter, res Rhodes b Mangum and Haynes. 

Croft G W Dr, res cor Harris and BuUer. 

Crofford Mrs Nancy, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 

Crook Mrs A, res Racetrack b Trebursey and Haynes. 

Croon D J, carpenter, bds A F Washburn's. 

Cross Eev Dr Joseph, Nelson nr Bridge. 

Cross Edwin E, carpenter, res Clifford b Ellis and Cain. ^ 

Cross, printer, bds B C WaddaU's. 

Crosby Isaac, res Ga R R^ b Butler and Terry. 

Crouch James, carpenter, res Racetrack, b Trebursey and Haynes. 

Crow Young S, elk T L Thomas, bds Mrs E Thomas. 

Crucbfield Mrs M J, boarding house. Marietta nr Thurmond. 

Cruikshanks Jas, carpenter, bds Mrs E P O'Connor. 

Crumley W M, elk Tommey <fc Stewart, bds Mr Caldwell a. / 

CruBsell T G W, contractor brick work, res W Baker cor Spring. 

Cnlberson A B, attorney at law, noUry public and derk ot auditing 

committee W & A R R office, up-stairs 62 Alabama, res W End. 
Cunningham A H, printer, Constitution office res Hayden b Harris and 

w Baker* 
Cunningham John D, cook, res Peters. ,,.,111. xj^ir ^ a 

Cunniniham W A, tranbfer dk W <fc A R R, res Mitchdl b EUiott and 

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LIVE OAK, LAKE CITY, MONTICELLO, 

QUINCY,< AND ST. MARKS, FLORIDA. 

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Cunningham F C, night watchman W A; ATI R depot, res Powers b 

Wiiliams and Spring. 
Cunningham Mrs Jane, res Dairy nr Lnclcie. 
Carry A O, groceries and provisions, HuusiOQ b Co'lins nnd Calhoun 

res Summers Hill. 
Curry Mrs Jane, seamstress, 116 Whitehall up-stairs. 
Currier Chas E, book-keeper, P <& G T Dodd & Co, bda G T Dosdd's. 
Currier Mrs C, res cor Collins and Harris. 
Curtis J Af'carriage maker, McBride <fc Smith's, bds on Docatur, 
Curtis J A, carriage maker, res Walker b Stephens and Peters. 
Curtis L D, city express, res Peters b R R aud Booth's Alley. ' 
Curtis B F, city express, res Walker b Stephens and Peters. * 

Curtis Mrs M A, dress maker, res Pryor b Wheat and Houston. 
Cusick M, family grocer, cor Butler and Gilmer res same. 



DaffirOll) Chapman & Co* dealers in cattle hogs and sheep, c Alabama 

and Broad. 
Daffron J M, of Daffron, Chapman & Co, dealers in cattle hogs and 

sheep, c Alabama and Broad, res Catoosa county. 
Dale Mrs A M, res Foundry b Davis and Vine. 
Dallas Capt Geo M, of W B Lowe & Co, res c Jones and Formwalt. 
D'Alvigney Dr C F S, dentist, res c Jenkins and Collin*. 
D'Alvimoy Dr H* physician, res c Jenkins and Collins. 
Daly Martin, bar saloon, o Whitehall and R R crossing, res Castleberry 

b Forsyth and Peters. *' 
Daly Patrick, res Berry Alley, b Thompson and Railroad. 
Dameron J D, dk H Hush, bds T J Dameron^s. 
Dameron J T, carpenter, res Haynes b Nelson and Racetrack. 
Dameron T J, res Marietta b Thurmond and Foundry. 
Dane Albert, res Alley b Elliott and Mangum, Thurmond and Rock. 
Danserfield Charles, confectionery and pea-nut stand, Decatur. 
Daniel Catherine, laundress, res Jones b Cooper and Formwalt. 
Daniel Joshua, res cor CoUins'and Forest avenue. 
Daniel John B, druggist, with Pemberton, Taylor & Co, res corner 

Collins and Forest Avenue. 
Daniel J C, druggist, Pemberton, Taylor <fc Co, bds Joshua Daniel's. 
Daniel J C, elk G W Price, bds John Hall's. 
Daniel J £, elk S S Kendrick & Son, bds Mrs M A Watts. 
Daniels J P, res Mangum, b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Daniel J S, oik McMillan Ik Snow, o Marietta and Broad, boards at Mrs 

Monteith's. 
Dadiel N C, switchman, W & A R R, res Foundry b R R and Elliott. 
Dann B L, cigars, pipes, tobacco, etc, 19 Peachtree c Decatur bds John 

Peel's. 
Darby R W, mechanic, bds C A Cannon'g. 

Davi.lge Chas H, aocount't, H I KimbaU House, bds J R W Johnson's. 
Davidson E A. printer. Era office, bds B C Waddail's. 
Davidson Wm, bds L C Wells's. 
Davis C P, painter, McB A Smith, bds Mrs O'Neill's. 



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Davis F M, confection'y and bakery, *i 7 Peachtree st, re^ Wm Ezzard^s 
Davis James, bds Mrs S Hatohin»oii*8. 
Davis Jesse, elk, Cooper <fe Lane's, b«i8 at Mrs A^b worth's. 
Davis John, gas-fitter, Hannicutt & Bellingratli's, 1 eis ^- 
Davis J C, res Peaohtree o Cain. 

Davis J J, tailor, W B Lowe A Co, res Foundry b R R and Elliott. 
Davis L Bt ^^ Grover & Baker sewing machines, 23 Whitehall, res 
oor Forsyth and Church. 

Davis L B, genl insurance ag^ 15 Whitehall, res c Forsyth and Church. 

Davb Mis L B, boarding house, Forsyth c Church. 

Davis L H, res Forsyth, b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Davis M P, of Robinson & D, res Oglethorpe county. 

Davis Martha J, seamstress, res Ivy b Forrest ave and Baker. 

Davis S H, saddles, harness, etc, 30 Peach tree, res Marietta, c Spring. 

Davis S H, helper, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath's, res — 

Davis Thos, brick mason, res Peters jnnc Garnett. 

Davis Thos, apprentice, Hunicutt & Bellingrath's, bds Mrs Davis's. 

Davis Wm H, cabinet maker, Ronndeau <fe Co, bds Mrs M W Williams. 

Davis's Pottery, Racetrack, b Larkins and Barracks. 

Dawson James, elk mil hd qrs, bds Mrs O^Neill's. 

Dawson Henry, dk, Moore A Marsh, bds Mrs E Dawson's. 

Dawson Mrs £, boarding house, cor Gilmer and Ivy. 

Day S W, elk. Pease and wife, 2 e Alabama, res Stonewal nr Hunter. 

Dearing Col St Clair, insurance agt, Pryor, b Jones and Fair. 

Deas John, brick mason, res Pine c Luckie. 

Deas Wm, pattern maker, res Pine c Luckie. 

Decker B, clothing merchant, les Powers b Spring and Williams. 

Decker J U, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 

DeFoor A Morris, dry goods and groceries, Peters c Booth's alley. 

De Foor James, of DeFoor and Morris, res nr Peters. 

DeOiyes Opera House) c Marietta and Forsyth. 

Deihl A H, machinist, res Spring b Marietta and R R. 

Delay Mrs M C, seamstress, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 

Delbridge A J, boot maker, with Flipper, res Houston nr Butler. 

Dell Sidney, firm M <&* D Lawyers, Hillyer building, e Alabama, bds 

Mrs Overby's, Broad. • 

Delpey A, Frh bt mkr, Washington b Alabama and Hunter, res snme. 
Demarest & Woodruff carriages and bugoriAg, c Pryor and Hunter. 
Demarest A T, firm D A Woodruff, res New York. 
Denham Robt, carpenter, res Green Ferry road. 
Deno G C, H H Witt A Co, family groceries, c Peachtree and James, 

res Tunnel Hill. 
Deruse Julius, (col) porter. Lane's art gallery, 1 2 Alabama st, res same. 
DeSaulles L, Peck, DeS <fe Co, bds Kimball house. 
DeSmit F <fc C, saloon, Peters, res Garnett. 
Devenport Virgil, barber, Gate City barber shop, res same. 
Devine Jno F, book keeper, H I Kimball house, bds same. 
Dewald & Wellhouse, prod and com merchants, Forsyth nr Rairoad. 
Dewald S, of D A Welhouse, res c Jones and Pryor. 
Dewberry David, carpenter, c Butler and Hunter. 
Diamond H M, printer, New Era office, bds Calhoun house. 






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Dickert W S. en^neer, W <fc A R R, bds Mrs Embree's. 
Diokey Dr Wm J, dentist, res Luckie b Foundry and w Cain. 
Dickey J L, record elk, W <fc A R R, bds Stubblefield house. 
Dickey Rev J M, pastor Evans Chapel, res NeUou b R U <fc V\ alker, 
Dickey R E, printer, New Era office, res 55 Whitehall b Alab mia and 

Hunter. 
Diokey Miss A E, drees maker, up-sUirs 35 Whitehall st, res name. 
Dickinson D W, plasterer, res Garnett b Forsyth and Thompsuu. 
Dickinson L, res reachtree b Ellis and Cain. 
Dickinson, S F, res Peach tree b Ellis and Cain. '^ ^. , 
Dickson H H, foreman job office New Era, bds W E Dickson s. 
Dickson Wm C, policeman, res Seott c Mills. 
Dickson W E, carpenter, res Decatur nr Butler. 
DiU ft Maier. photographers, upstairs, 36 Whitehall st. 
Dill C W, of DiU A Maier artiste, bds Judge D F Hammond's. 
Dillashaw <fc James, fruit stand, c Peaohtree st. 
Dillashaw Thos D, of D & James fruit stand, c Peachtree. 
Doane John A, res Peters June of Walker. 
Dobbins M G, banker, Alabama st, res Ashby opp Thrasher w li.nd. 
Dobbs T J, school teacher, res Green Ferry road. 
Dodd P ft O T ft Co, wholesale grocers, 93 Whitehall c Mitchell. 
Dodd Phil, of P A G T D & Co, res WhitehaU b Cooper and Windsor. 
Dodd G T, of P A G T D A Co, res Mitchell nr Whitehall. 
Dodson W Cary, prmter. True Georgian office, res Pnor and Hunter. 
Dohme Robt, jeweller, Geo Sharp, jr, bds Cannon House. 
Dollar Savinga Bank, W L Gordon president, Jas L Willis cash r, 

10 Peaohte«)e st. 
Dommini John, elk, H Muhlenbrink, bds same. 
Donnahoe Jas, laborer, res M Doyles. 
Doolittle H J, conductor, W A A R R, res Markham c Elliott. 
Dooly M H, road master, W A A R R res Mangum c Hunter. ^ 
Doonan J J D, book keeper Rolling mills, bds Mrs Ellen Doonan s. 
Doonan Francit* mechanics saloon, MarietU c Bartow^res Luckie b 

Harris and Baker. 
Doonan Mrs Ellen, res Whitehall c Garnett. 
Dopaon S A Co, boot and shoe shop. Foundry cor R R track. 
Dork F W, cabinet workman for W K Fox. 
Dorsen J H, dk, Moore A Marsh, bds Mrs Dorsen's. 
Dorwt J R, meat mkt <rf McLanren A D, res Ivy b Wheat an'l Gilmer. 
Dorsett A J, bhwksmith, W A A R R shop, res b State shop and ElhoU 

Magazine and Foundry. ^rrr- i.- r j 

DorMttJohn, shoe makr, Marietta nr Bartow, res nr Wmship foundry. 
Dorsett D W, apprentice, Charles Hughes A Son, bds same. 
DorMtt M E A Co, dry ^oods, 63 Whitehall st. 
Dorsett M F, of M E D A Co, res Ivy b Decatur and Wheat. 
Dorsey A G, of Miller A D, bds John Crawfords. 
Dorsey A L, dk, Henry Banks A Son, bds A M Noms s. 
Dorsey Johney, dk Simmons A Hunt, bds Martha Dorsey's Racetrack st. 
Dorsey George, fireman, Georgia Railroad, bds Mrs Embree's. 
Dorsey W H H, fireman, Georgia Railroad. 

DorseyMm M J, res Green Ferry road. „ _, :i xrrv.-. u n 

Doty Wm, W A A R R po office dk, res junc Forsyth and Whitehall. 



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BOOK, NEWS,COLORED I WRAPPING. 

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Dougherty D O, elk Silvey, D & Co, bds John Silvey's. 

Dougherty T L dk Meador & Bro's, bds at Pease restaurant. 

Dougherty M E, car inspr A & W Pt R R, res Hunter b Bell and Ford. 

Doughty Mrs M E, 114 Whitehall st, up-stairs. 

Dougherty Mrs R A, res b W A A R R, Spring and Bartow. 

Douglass R O, oik W B Lowe <fc Co, res Cooper c Jones. 

Douglass J M. mechanic, res Whitehall b Windsor and Smith. 

Douglass T, blacksmith, Hayden c Simpson. 

Douglass Mrs S S, seamstress, Harris b Ivy and Collins. 

Dowling Wm, elk John Ryan's, res o Loyd <fc Mitchell. 

Downing J M, butcher, Decatur b Pratt & Moore. 

Downs W A, conductor, W ifc R R Co, res Collins b Houston and Ivy. 

Downs E C, bds at W A Downs. 

Downs Henry, eng Ga R R, res Decatur opp Packard s alley. 

Downs S 1;, res Elliott b Hunter and Rhodes. 

Downs Mrs A D, boarding house, res Ga R R b Butler and Terry. 

Dovle G W, jeweller, Gto Sharp, jr, rea e Alabama, up-stairs. 

Doyle Michael, stone cutter, res Decatur b Ivy and Colhns. 

Doyle James S, res Mangum b Foundry and Thurmond. 

Dozier T H Dri ph> sician, res and office c Gilmer and Pratt. 

Dozier Orion, news dealer p o, bds Dr Dozier's. 

Dozier W F, fireman, W & A R R, bds Dr Dozier's. 

Drake W G Dr^ office up-sUirs, 49 Peachtree, res Wheat nr Pr> or. 

Drake J T, carpenter, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 

Drake J R, plasterer, res w Harris b Williams and Orme. 

Draper W W, elk, Moore <fc Marsh, bds Cannon House. 

Dreghom Adam, elk, Hunnicutt <fc BeUingrath, res Thurmond b Mai letu 

and Luckie. ^ ^, ' 

Dreyfoos Julius, of J Elsas <fc Co, bds J Elsas. • „ ^ , ,, ^ , 
Drisooll F F, messenger. So Ex Co A <fc W Pt R R, bds Mrs Do>les 

Decatur st. 
Drisooll Jas, laborer, res Fair near Martm. . ^ , . 

Dminmond G C, ferreotypis^ 40 Whitehall st, up-sUirs, boards at 

Cannon House. 
DuBose A W, of Sallos <fc D, res Sparta, Ga. r^ . 

Duck H R S, agt, lamily groceries, McDonough nr Jones, res Crew b 

Jones and Rawson. 
Duck F H, tinner, with J Warlick, bds Mitchell and Whitehall. 
Dudley Geo R, wks Rolling? mill, res nr Rolling milL 
Duff Jno L, printer, New Era office, bds Calhoun house. 
Duggan Margt Miss, school, Ga R R b Calhoun and Butler. 
Duncan M M, brick mason, res Stephens st. 
Duncan Mrs John W, res Peachtree, c w Harris. 
Duncan Mrs Mildred, bds at Mrs Powers. u' 

Dunham, Wm G, grainer, res Marietta c Hunnieutt. 
Dunkin Joseph, biier, H A Agrioola's, res w End. 
Donlop James, res Richardson nr Pryor. ; 

Dunlop Geo, printer. Constitution office, res Richardson nr Fryor. 
Dunlop H C, printer. New Era office, res Richardson nr Pryor. 
Dunlap J C, cotton buyer, C H Strong, res Pryor st. 



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Dunlap J C, emigrant ticket agt, res Pryor b Wheat and Houston. 

Dunlap^ G, elk in store, bds J C Dunlaps. 

Dunlap J T, train hand, A W Pt R R, res Decatur st. 

Dunlap W W, conductor, A <fc W Pt R R, res Decatur st. 

Dunn B H & COi tobacco manufacturers, Broad nr Hunter. 

Dunn R H, of R H D <fc Co, Ivy st, bds Fitzpairick's. 

Dunn Jno H, lawyer, office at Jno C Whitner's, res w End. 

Dunn Jno M, eng, A <fc R Air Line R R, bds J H Barrett's. 

Dunn J N, carpenter, res Marietta^r Rolling mill. .. 

Dunn Jas, (col) truckman, Ga R R depot, res Collier st. 

Dnnninff Jas L Sr, post master, res Loyd c Mitchell. m-r<:S' '^-■ 

Dunning Jas L jr, asst p m, bds Cannon House. 

Dnnning Volney, res Rawson b Crew and McDonough. 

Dunning B 8, elk I T Banks, res o Loyd and Peters. 

Dunton H J, grocery, Whitehall ^ Branch alley, res same. 

DuPont B E, Holderness & Dupont, bds Dr. Withers 

Dnpre C W, dk, Wm Rich & Co, bds A G Grier's. 

Durand S A, furniture manufacturer, office 59 Whitehall, up-stairs, res 

Whitehall b Peters and Garnett. ,^^. x. „ 

Durand Mrs Mary F, miUinery and fancy goods 59 Whitehall up- 

stairs, res Whitehall b Peters and Gamett. 
Durden G W, carpenter, res Young st. 
Durham Dr & Son, office 1 7 Decatur st up-8tairs. 
Durham W W, of D & Son, res Decatur, DeKalb county. 
Durham W M Dr, of D <fc Son, res Decatur, DeKalb county. 
Dutton Benj Z, stencil cutter, bds Mrs Pr E D Withers. 
Dukes J L, grocery store, 110 Whitehall, res Rawson b Farnsworth 

and Cooper, 
Dukes W C, elk J L Dukes, bds J L Dukes. ^ 
Dye ThoB, carpenter, res Marietta nr city limits. 
Dyer Washington, carpenter, res Fair b Bell and Fort, 
Dyer Margaret, seamstress, res Simpson junc Hayden. 



Eagan Michael, elk Jas Lynch's Decatur st, bds same. 

Eagan Mrs M V bds S B Hoyt's. 

Eastmaid Lewis, brick mason, bds Mrs M W Williams. 

Bcfiols Saml A, agricultural warehouse, nr bridge Broad st, bds at 

^»> H f Kimball house. 

Echols Frank, printer. Era job office, res Decatur Ga. 

Ector W B, telegraph opertr, M & W R R dept, bds Campbell house. 

Ector F M, elk, Wads worth & Co, hardware store, bds Campbell hoube. 

Eckford Mrs B G, music teacher, bds J C Whitner's. 

Eddy Col A R. U S A, res Ivy nr junc Oak and Ivy. 

Eddleman ft Brown, wholesale dealers in boots, shoes, leather and 

shoe findings, 7 Decatur st. ^ \ -n 

Eddleman F M, of Eddleman & B, res Houston b Ivy and Pryor. 
Eddleman Jno, boots and shoes, Mitchell b Whitehall and Broad, res b 

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Eddleman Wallace R, elk, George H Eddleman's shoe store, bda at Mrs 

Eddleman's. 
Eddleman Franz, carpenter, res Simpson c Elliott. 
Eder Geo A, real estate agt, 10 Peachtree st, res Willin^ham building. 
Edens J F, family grocer, c Fair and Frasier, res King b Fair and Jones. 
Edgar J M, grocery mer, Ivy nr Merritt's avenue. 

Edgewood M E Church, s Decatur road pastor. 

Edmundson Miss M A, res Powers b Spring and Williarass 

Edney John, painter, res Jones b King and Martin. 

Edwards A W, elk, G W JackV, res Hunter nr Washington. 

Edwards B F, elk, Mrs Mary Flinn's, Marietta st, bds same. 

Edwards F J, of Pratt & E, res Cain b Collins and Ivy, 

Edwards Geo, pf S <fc E <fc Co, res Fulton county. 

Edwards H S, of West & E, com mer, 65 Peachtree st, bds R Q Stacy. 

Edwards H, of Buzbee & E, grocers, bds Mrs Dr E D Withers. 

Edwards J R, condr M & W R R, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 

Edwards Mrs S J, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 

Edwards Lena, dress maker, w s Loyd st, res same. 

Ehlers August L, machinist, Rolling mill, bds P Berron's. 

Eichberg & Langgesser, plumbers and Igas fitters, 32 Peachtree st. 

Eichberg J T, of Eichberg & L, res c Whitehall and McDaniei. 

Eiaeman & Bro, clothing, 61 Whitehall st. 

Eiseman G, of E & Bro, res Washington, DC. ',, t^ . , , 

Eiseman M B, of Eiseman & Bro, 61 Whitehall st, bds M Friedman s. 

Eiseman J, elk, Eihchaan & Bro, bds M Friedman's. ^ . , „ 

Eiseman & Bro, elothg and gents furnishing goods, 56 Whitehall st. 

Eiseman M, elk, Eiseman & Bro, bds 61 Whitehall st. , , , 

Eisenhut & Elassety boot and shoe makers, under James s bank, 

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Eisenhut John, of E <fc Klasset, res Elliott b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Ella Eli, blksmith, W & A R R shop, res Davis b Magazine and t oundry. 
Ellara John, shoe maker, res Hacetrack b Elliott and Mauguin. 
EUeby Wm, elk, Huestis & Hope, bds Mrs E Johnson's. 
Ellett L H, printer, Intelligencer, bds Mrs M J Jackson's. 
Ellett R, carpenter, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 
Elliott David, conductor, W & A R U, bds Mrs Douglierty's. 
Ellis Wm D, attorney, res c McDonough and Crumley. 
Ellis J M, baggage master, M <fc W R R b<ls J C Diinlap's. 
Ellis H, moulder, res Marietta nr junction Walton. 
Ellis Mrs S E, res Foundry b Elliott and Manguin. 
Ellis Mrs Susanna, res Walker nr Peters. 
Ellis W D, bds M A Bell's. / 

Ellison Wm, watchman, Ga R K, res Packards alley. 
Ellison Mrs S, res Marietta nr Thurmond. ^ ' 
Ellsworth Chas, engineer, res Davis c Magazine. 
Elon Vorus, flour mills, R R track b Foundry and Cain. 
Elsas & Bro, paper, rag and hide warehouse, c M'tchell and Fryor. 
Elsas Isaac, of E A^Bro, res Garnett st. 
Elsas Jacob, of E <£ Bro, res Garnett st. 



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Elsas Jacob, of J E <fc Co, res Garnett nr Whitehall st. 

Elyea T M, res Wheat b Collins and Cain. < 

Elyea Mrs, Chas, res Wheat b Collins and Cam. 

Embree Mrs E P, res opp State shop, b Foundry and Mechanics. 

Emmel Jake, candy maker, W P Chishohn's. 

Emmel M J, candy maker, G W Jack's. 

Emry John, painter, bd« A J Dorsett's. 

Emwald D, grocery and res Peters'b Stephens and Walker. 

Engelbert P H, cigar manufacturer, Whitehall st, res 8am«. 

English James W. trader, res n s Mitchell st. 

I^^land J E & Co« grocer and com merchant, 75 Peachtree st. 

England J E, of J E E & Co, res Irwin b Hilliard and Ford. 

Englett Danl, brick mason, Jackson nr city limits. 

Engineer's office, A & R A L R R, up-stairs, Broad c Alabama. 

Episcopal Church, St PhiUips, Rev Chas W Thomas, pastor, c Wash- 
ington and Hunter. 

Episcopal St Stephen's orphan free school bldg. Rev Chas Cross, rector 
c Forsyth and Walton. 

ErffOnzinger A) upholster and manufacturer of cabinet furniture, 7 e 

Hunter st, res same. 
*Erminger Henry, candy maker, bds at Mrs Powers. 
Erriok C C, tinner, Hannicutt <fc Bellingrath, res Marietta nr gas works. 
Erskine Hon Jno, judge U S district court, res Rawson b Windsor 

and Cooper. 
Erskine Wm <fc Co, importers and dealers in Irish and Scotch linens, etc, 

15 Whitehall St. 
Erskine Wm, of Wm E & Co, bds Mrs Day's. 
Eschenbach F H, blacksmith. Porter <fc Butler's, res Foundry st. 
Estis Jas, train hand, A & W Pt R R. ^ 

Eubankfr T Frank, bds A J Bell's. 
Evans Chapel, M E C South, Rev J M Dickey, pastor, c Stonewall and 

Racetrack, 
Evans Rev C A, res c McDonough and Fair. 

Evans J J, eng, W & A R R, res Mechanics b R R and Elliott. ^ 
Evans J H, machinist. Porter & Butler's, res Butler st. 
Evans Wm, machinist, Porter <fc Butler's, bds Mrs D Evans. 
Evans James, machinist. Porter <fe Butler's, bds Mrs D Evans. 
Evans J R, family grocer, res w Harris nr Hayden. 
Evans David, fireman, A & W Pt R R, bds Mrs D Evans. 
Evans Jno, fireman, bd^ Dr T J Turner's. 
Evans G W, res Crew b Rawson and Clark. 

Evans Calhoun, elk, G W Adair's office, res Houston b Collins and Ivy. 
Evans A S, brick mason, res Davis b Mitchell and Hunter. 
Evans Henry A, painter, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 
Evans Darcus Mrs, res Butler b Hunter, and Ga R R. 
Evans Miss U, music teacher, Atlanta female institute. 
Everett Wm S, elk, M C & J F Kiser, res o Windsor and Richardson. 
Ewing Wm, eng, A <fc W Pt R R, bds Mrs Gallaher's. 
Ewing Oliver, fireman, A <fc W Pt R R, bds Mrs Gallaher's. 
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allowed on deposits for specified time. 

DIRECTORS: 

M. G. Dobbins, V. E. Tommey, J. M. Ball, J. T. Meador, Geo. 
E. Smith, A. K. Seago andjJ. M. Harwell. 

REDWINE & FOX, 

^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

And Dealers in Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &a, 

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R F. WEBB, 

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Fabian Brown, cooper shop and res Mitchell, b R R and Elliott. 

Fagan C, elk, John Ryan'«, bds Wm Dowling's. 

Fair St M E Church South, Rev Geo H Patillo, pastor, e Fair st. 

Faith 3b Morris, family grocers, Decatur b Pratt and Packard's alley. 

Faith J F, of F <fc Morns, res c Decatur st and Packard's alley. 

Fain Jno N, of Newman <fe Fain, res c Cain and Grubb. 

Fain Wm L, dk, Comptroller's office, bds Mrs M A Watts. 

Fairclaw T N, carpenter, res Butler adjoining Medical college. 

Falk I L <fc Co, clothing and gents furnishing goods, 37 Whitehall st. 

Falk I L, of I L & Co, res New York. 

Fambrouffh L W, ship'ng elk, Maddox & Winters, 42 and 44 e Alabama 

8t, bds on Nelson st. 
Fambro Worthy, elk, Stokes & Bro, bds Cannon House. 
Farnsworth W T, foreman car shop, res Forrest avenue b Collins and 

Calhoun. • 

Farmer B D, printer, R R ticket job office, bds Campbell House. 
Farley Phil, wks W <fc A R R shop, res Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 
Farrar E M, agt A <fc W Pt R R, res Collins b Harris and Cain. 
B^arrar Jno C, o Collins and Harris. 

Farrell Peter, tailor, with Jerry Lynch, bds Mrs O'Neill's. 
Farrow H Pt atty genl Stote Georgia, res Washington b Richardson 

and Crumly. _ ^, , ., ,. 

Farrow & Thomas, attys at law, office Brown's bmldmg, up-stairs, 

Broad sU , ^, , ^ t 

Farrow T Stobo, of F & Thomas, res Washington b Clark and Jones. 

Faulling W N, printer. . , , , t, ^ . 

Fay & Corput architects and eng's, office granite block, 1 Broad st. 

Fay Calvin, of F <fc Corput, architect, res Loyd b Peters and Fair. 

Fears S S, lawyer. Broad, res Walker c Stephens. 

Fechner Chas, car'ge trim'r, McBride & Smith, bds Mrs A B Forsyth s. 

Fechter ft Mercer, brewery, c Harris and Collins. 

Fechter D, of F & Mercer, res c Harris and Collins. 

Fechter E, saloon, basement 35 Whitehall, res Harris b Calhoun and 

Butler. 
Felts Charles, wks Charles Bohnnefeld's, bds same. 
Fenelon John, blacksmith, McBride & Smith's, bds Mrs O'Neill s. 
Ferdinand Hahn, elk, Fred Schiffij, b^^s P Berron's. 
Ferrel Wm T, heater Rolling mill, res Marietta st nr Rolling mill. 
Ferrell Saml, eng. Cook, Pitts <b Co, res Rock b Elliott and R R. 
Ferrell Mrs Lizzie, res Thurmond b Elliott and R R. 
Ferry William, of C & F, 8 Alabama st, res opp RoHinir mill. 
Fesler Jacob, city ex driver, res Stonewall b Walker and Racetrack. 
Few Mrs Salina, res Walker opposite Stonewall. x t v 

Ficken John, cigars, pipes, tobacco, etc, 11 Peachtree, res Luckie b 

Fairlie and Forsyth. 
Fickett 6i Rollo, family groceries, 26 Peachtree st. ^ 

Fickett R N, of F & Rollo, res Marietta st nr Rolling mill. 



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CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE U. S.. MARCH 1865. 
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INVESTMENTS MADE IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES ONLY. 
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Fickctt A W, elk, Guthman & Haas, res Alexander b Orme At Lovejoy. 

Fields Jno, runs drays, res Decatur st. 

Fifer Wm H, machinist, Ga R R shop, res Decatur, b Pratt and Moore. 

Fifer, Mrs M T, variety store, Decatur b Pratt & Moore. 

Finch Mrs Mary, res Simpson junction Ilayden. 

Finch Wmi tailor and member of council, up-stairs, 14 Whitehall, res 

Foster near Ella. 
Fincher Berry, elk. Hall & Fincther, 61 Peachtree, bds same. 
Fincher J C, of Hall & F, 61 Peachtree st, bds same, 
Findley Miss Sallie> compositor, Franklin Printing house. 
Finland — , wks McBride & Smith, bds Mrs O'Neill. 
Finger Wm, upholsterer, A Erginzinger, res Green's ferry road. • 
Finger C, painter, Huwald & Gantt, bds Wm Benders, Hunter st. 
Finley J T^ atty, office up-stairs c Broad and Marietta, bds Mrs N 

W Goree's. 
Finney A T» carriage shop, res Foundry b Walton and Luckie. 

First Baptist Church, pastor, c Forsyth and Walton. 

First Congregational Church, Rev C W Francis, pastor, Storr's school 
house, Houston st. 

First M E Church, North, c Loyd and Hunter. 

First Presbyterian Church, Rev John S Wilson, D D, pastor Marietta 
b Forsyth and Spring. 

Fisher George, wks W & A R R shop, res Foundry b Elliott and 
Mangum. 

Fisher A, wks W & A R R shop, res Foundry b Elliott and Mangum. 

Fisher H C, elk, Atlanta National bk, res Pryor b Mitchell and Peters. 

Fish Vines, res Nelson b Mangum and Haynes. 

Fishback W G, tailor, res McDonough b Crumley and Glenn. 

Fisher W H, out-door elk, Atlanta National bank, res Pryor b Mitchell 
and Peters. 

Fisher Mrs, res Booth's alley. 

Fitten J A, ot Thos M Clarke <fc Co, bds Cannon House. 

Fitts Robt C, elk. Intelligencer, bds Cannon House. 

Fitch Wm, wks W ifc A R R, res nr Elliott b Magazine and Foundry. 

Fitz<rerald Dr M, physician, res Decatur nr city limits. 

Fitzgibbons Patrick> city hall keeper, res city haU. 

Fitzgibbons Thos, wks Rolling mill, res Luckie nr Pine. 

Fitzgibbons Thomas, watchman, W & A R R, res Fair b Frasier and 
McDonough. "^""^ 

Fitzgibbons Richard, Cooper, res b Fair and Jones. 

Fitzpatrick John, merchant, bds Mrs Fitzpatrick's. 

Fitzpatrick Mrs E, boarding house, Ivy opposite Gilmer. 

Flake T J, res c Cain and Collins. 

Flanders D M, of PhiUips, F & Co, res Macon. 

Fleck Danieli aaloon, Alabama, res nr W & A R R shop u Hunter 

and Rhodes. , ,, v. • i 

Flemming A F, of Hilsman, Burt & Co, bds Mrs Daniels. 
Flemine T P> ^g^ widows and orphans iund life ins co, up-stairs, 64 

Whitehall, res c Rawson and Pulliam. 
Fleming Alec, carpenter, McLinns alley nr R R track. 
Fleming R, yard master, Ga R R, res Packard's alley. 






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OFFICE FRONT ROOM, OYER HENRY BANKS' SHOE STORE, 

Up Stairs, Peachtree Street, Atlanta^ Georgia. 

G. VALENTINO, 
SAKER m§ GONF£€TIONER, 

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Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, 



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Flesh A, elk, exeeative department, res Mangum c Markham. 

Fleishel & BrOi <l'y goods and clothing, 38 Whitehall st. 

Fleishel Benj, of F & Bro, res Whitehall junc Ft^rsyth. 

Fleishel Joseph, of F & Bro, bds Beuj Fleishers. 

Fletcher Geo* book binder, ^Hauleiter's, bds Frank Berry's. 

Fletcher W, cook, Pease and his wife restaurant, 2 Alabama, res Hume. 

FUtcher R M, shoe maker, res Stephens st. 

Fletcher Mrs Lou, res Walker b Peters and Stephens. 

Flipper Fe8tU8> boot and shoe maker, Decatur res Hunter. 

Flourish A, lottery agt, 19 Peachtree c Decatur, bds Mrs O'Connor's. 

Floyd J M, foreman Era office, res Forsyth b Hunter and Miichc.l. 

Flynn John H^ of Stephens <k Flynn, res c Gilmer and Collins. 

Flynn Wm, fa.nily groceries, Peters head Garnett, res same. 

Flynn James, eng, W & A R R, res Hunter b Haynes and Mangum. 

Flynn Matthew, boot maker. Marietta, res Marietta st. 

Flynn Mrs Mary, ejroceries and confectionery. Marietta Bt, res at store. 

Fogassi Antonia, fruit stand, 77i Whitehall st. 

Folsom L B, saloon, 4 Decatur st, bds Cannon house. 

Forbus G B, pea nut and candy stand, 33 Marietta, res Pryor near 
Peachtree. 

Force B W, res Mitchell b Forsyth and Thompson. 

Force O H & A W^* wh and retail, boots and shoes 33 Whitehall st. 

Force G H, of G H <Se A W F, bds with B W Force. 

Force A W, of G H & A W F, bds with B W Force. 

Force N T, elk, G H & A W F, bds with B W Force. 

Ford A CampelL dentists, 29 Whitehall st, up-stairs. 

Ford Dr A C, of F <k Campbell, res McDonough nr Fair. 

Ford J Jf carriage, wagon and harness business, c Mitchell and White- 
hall, res Peters nr Forsyth. 

Ford H L. carriage maker, J J Ford's, res e Hun tar st. 

Ford James C, elk, P <k G T Dodd & Co, res Whitehall nr Mitchell. 

Foreacre G J, transportation agt, res Peachtree c Baker. 

Forrest Miss A E, res junc Peachtree and Cedar. 

Forrest Chas, (col) wood workman J J Ford, res Decatur st. 

Forsyth Mrs A B, res Line nr Proctor's Alley. 

Forsyth W G, cotton buyer C H Strong, Broad, res Race Track st. 

Forsyth Wm^ blacksmith, res Orme c w Cain. 

Forijrth H P, brick mason, bds Mrs M W Williams. 

For^th Taylor, shoemaker Keltner & Rakestraw, bds W G Forsyth. 

Fort Gaines Lottery Office, Broad st, J F Simmons & Co, man.igerr4. 

Foster G<?o, sr, pattern mkr Ga R R shop, res Wheat b Pryor and Ivy. 

Foster Geo, jr, architect, bds Geo Foster, sr. 

Foster T S, gen'l ins agt, bds Mrs Johnson. 

Fourth Baptist Church, Whitehall st, West End. 

Fourth Ward Mission M E Church South, Rev A J Dempsey pastor. 

Fowler N S, of Wallace <Jb F, res Peachtree bllarris and Bnker. 

Fowler A L, grocery mer and councilman, res Walton b Foundry 
and Cain. 

Fowler E K, elk Miller & Lyons, bds Forsyth st. 

Fowler Mrs C, res Walton b Foundry and w Cain. — ^ 

Fox W K« furniture dealer, c^arietta and Broad, bds upstairs' same. 



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—DEALER IN— 



CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELET, 

SILVER AND PLATED WARE. 



SPECTACLES TO ^'^^ SUIT ALL SIGHTS- 

CLOCKS, WATCHES ft JXWEIBY REPAIBED & WASRAVTED . 

CAISTNON HOUSE, 

(FORMERLY ST. JAMES HOTEL.) 

BATE CITY BLOCK, BEL BROAO AND PEACHTREE ST^ 

Good Table, Comfortable Rooms, Polite Servants, jgl 
TRANSIENT BOARD $2 00 PER DAY. 

By Mrs. M. R CANNON. 



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Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer, 

AND AGENT FOR WM. MA8SEY A CO'8 

CELEBR ATEG X X PHIt ADEtPHI A PALE ALE. 

STORK ROOMS: 
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FPI^Ll^S <& CREW SJ^iL STATE A^D CITy MAPS. 



Fox AmOB, of Red wine <fc F, l»ds D F Ilamniond. 

Kox Charles, boot maker M O Markham, bdp B F Harris. 

Fox Simon, elk Pretzfelder & Lour, bd«« M Friedman. 

Frame Manufactory, Phillips & Crew prprs, 18 Peachtrce. 

Francis Rev C W, pastor First Cong ch^^Storr's chapel, res Houston c 

Calhonn. 
Francis James W, printer, res Whitehall c Smith. 
Francis Madison, res Whitehall c Smith. 
Frank M, merchant 43 and 45 Decatur st, res same. 
Frank Mrs Jane, dry goods, miln'y, etc, 43 and- 45 Decatur st, res 

same. 
Franklin M, of M Rich & Co, res c Washinsfton and Fair. 
Franklin J A, dealer in dry gds, 30 Peach tree st, res same. 
Franklin J H, salesman T J Hightower & Co, bds Mrs W A Mitchell, 

Whitehall st. 
Franklin H, tin ware and stove dealer, Peachtreo, res Clifford b Ellis 

and Cain. 
Franklin J J, trimmer J J Ford, bds same. 
Fransis Thos, blacksmith, res Plum nr Pine. 
Fraser C M, elk Peck, deSauUes & Co, bds Mrs Cozart. 
Frasier Alex, harness maker, res Jones b Cooper and Formwalt. 
Frazier Miss M S, school Mangum nr Nelson, bds Mr Sharp, c Nelson 

and Mangum. 
Frazier Geo P, res Collins b Ellis and Cain. 

Freedman's Saving and Trust Co, (nati^^nal) Broad st. 

French N P, b k, bds J H Nealy. 

Freeman J W, watches, jewelry, etc, 13 Marietta st, res c Foundry and 

Luckie. 
Freeman D B, apprentice Intelligencer office, bds Mrs Colbert. 
Freeman W H, confectioner, res M <fc W R R b Nelson and Mitchell. 
Freeman Green, (col) blacksmith, res c Martin and Jones. 
Freeman Miss Fannie, dress maker, bds c Hunter and Broad. 
Freeth Jas, shoemaker Sam Long, bds Peter Berron. 
Freidenthal Morris, of F & Mayer, Whitehall, bds L Cohen. 
Freyer Prof F L, piano tuner Phillips & Crew^ res Marie^a, Ga. 
Frink, R B, cashier H I KimbalPs office, bds J R W Johnson. 
Frink B P, accountant H I Kimball & Co, bds Mrs Johnson. 
Friendship Baptist Church, Haynei c Markham. 

Frierson T D, res w Hunter b Thompson and Forsyth. 

Frierson C F, res w Himter b Thompson and Forsyth. 

Frierson T A, res w Plunter b Thompson and Forsyth. 

Frizzell Wm, machinist, res Packard's alley. 

Fry J, bds Foster Bledgett. 

Fuller & Kiser, wi^on yard. Broad. 

Fuller H Ay family groceries, V4 Whitehall, res Whitehall c Cooper. 

Fuller S L, elk H A Fuller, bds same. 

Fuller J C, dry goods and groceries, store and res Peters b Ste[:hens 

and Walker. , 

Fuller Rev R W, agt Christian Index, res Collins b Baker and Forest 

avenue. 
Fuller A J, merchant, res Whitehall c Cooper. 



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No. 17 Marietta St., Basement Cannon House, 

REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED^ 

Gents Boots & Shoes of all Descriptions 

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PROPRIETOR 

PRIOR ST. WOOD AHD BUGKSUTH SHOP. 

EVERY DESCRIPTION OP WOOD AND BLiCKSMITH 

WORK GOTTEN UP IN THE NEATEST A BEST SHLE 



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Fuller J H, yard master M <fc W R R, rea Trebursey b Race Trnck 

and High. 
Fuller T K, dk H A Fuller, bds same. 

Fuller Wm A, elk M <& W R R re»» Mechanic b rnilrond and Elliott. 
Fullilove L, ius agt, res Washingtou b liichardson and Fuliou. 
Furgerson James S, painter, bds Mrs E P O'Connor. 
Furgison Henry, wks city mills, bds F L Little. 

Fuss Allen, machinist Porter & Butler's foundry, bds Mrs M C Brown. 
Fuss J A, machinist Porter & Butler, bds Mrs M C Brown. 



Calhoun and Collins. 



Gaar T A, transportation agt, bds Mrs M E High. 

Gaches J H, painter Huwald <k Gantt, res Cain b Ca 

Gain Mrs E, seamstress, res Luckie nr Pine. 

Gaines & Jenkins, boot and shoemakers, Powell's block, junc Peachtree 
and Broad. 

Gaines M, of G & Jenkins, res c Butler 'and Jenkins. 

Gaines Thos P, foreman Hall's tobacco factory, bds J W Nealy. 

Gaither F T, elk Elddleman & Brown, 7 Decatur st, bds Cannon House. 

Galceran M P, cigars, fruits and fancy groceries, 1 2 Peachtree, res same. 

Gallaher Mrs B, boarding house, Collins b Decatur and Ga R R. 

Gann David, eng Porter & Butler's foundry, res foot Stonewall. 

Gannon J M, res Loyd b Peters and Fair. 

Gannon Mrs Alice, family groceries, etc, Decatur b Calhoun and But- 
ler, res same. 

Ganover Raphael, cigar maker, Decatur st b Pratt and Moore. 

Gantt Adolphus & of Huwald <fe G, c Broadband Hunter, res Fort 
nr city limits. 

Gantt W, painter Huwald & Gantt, res nr Fort. 

Garbie Charlie, watchmaker, Peaditree, res Foundry b Elliott and 
Mangum. 

Garcia Bernard, cigar maker, res c Crew and Rawson. 

Gardner Housef Forsyth c Hunter, McAllister 6i Huff proprs. 

Gardner R £, blacksmith and wagon work shop, c Hunter and For- 
syth, res c Garnett and Forsyth. 

Gardner B E, blacksmith with R E Gardner, bds same. 

Gardner M M, carpenter, res Nelson b Haynes and Trebursey. 

Gardner Miss Mary, at Miss Holroyd, 8 bank block Alabama, res Pryor. 

Gardner Kate, at Miss Holroyd's, 8 bank block Alabama, res Pryor. 

Garlington Gen A, atty, res Mitchell b Thompson and Forsyth. 

twarner T 1^, genl agt A <fe R Air Line ^ R, res c Alabama and 

Washington. 
Gamer Mrs T S, b h, c Washington and Alabama. 
Garrett C C, elk Garrett & Bro, bds W J Garrett. 
Garrett & Bro, wholesale grocers and com mer, 85 Whitehall. 
Garrett W J, of G & Bro, res Washington c Rawsou. 
Garrett I, of G & Bro, res c Washington and Richardson. 
Garrett Young, of G & Bro, res c Washington and Richardson. 
Garrett Dr W M, dentist, res McDonough b Rawson and Clark. 
Garrett Thos, bds Mrs Mary- Garrett. 



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a HUGHES ife SON, 

BOOT AMD SHOE MAIEIS. 

TOOK THE FIRST PRIZE AT 

THE GEORGIA STATE FAIR 

FOR THE FINEST AND 

BEST BOOTS MADE IN THE STATE 

.Cenri Patent Leather, Cork and Pomp Solei, light Stitched and Box Toed 

BOOTS AND GAITERS 

Made to Order In Best and Lat at Ml » le*. 

Opposite Pryor Street Theatre, Pryor Street, 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



C. HUGHES, Sr. 



C. HUGHES. Jr. 



MRS. E. L. McDowell, 

PARIS IILLINERT AHD FANGT ARTICLES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 
Whitehall Street, Over Meador Bros, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 

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Garrett Mrs Mary, res Bell b Hunter and Ga R R. 

Gartrell & Stephens, attys at law^up stairs 20 Whitehall. V 

Gartrell L J, atty, of G & Stephens, res c Decatur an4 Young. 

Garvin Henry, painter, bds John Boutell. ' 

Garvey John, machinist, res Davis b Rhodes and Magazine. 

Garvy Patrick, bds Mrs J Nealan. 

Garvin Wra, tailor, res Fair b Washington and Crew. 

Garvin Robt, fireman on railroad, bds Wm Garvin. 

Garwood Johnson, mldr Winship & Bro, res Marietta, nr rolling mill. 

I»asklll V A, atty, office up stairs 11 Whitehall, res Forsyth b Pe- 
ters and Garnett. ' i 

Gate €Ity Mills, Forsyth c Branch alj Chas E Grenville propr. 

Gates Col Chas, res at J C Whitner's. 

Gatins John, transfer elk M & W R R, res c Calhoun and Jenkins. 

Gatins Jas, elk M <fc W R R, res Gilmer b CoHms and Calhoun. 

Gauge J W, tinner with J Warlick, r( s c North ave and Barnes. 

Cravan J no H, propr bar and restaurant 11 Alabama, res same. 

Gavin John, stone mason, res c Pulliara and Rawsou. 

Gay^ Jk H A^ l^on, dealers in dry goods, notions, boots, shoes, hats, 
etc, 69 Peach tree. 

Gay A O M, of E H G & Son, res Peachtree. 

Gay E H, of E H G & Son, res Newborn, Ga, 

Geld en M, clerk, bds Mrs O'Neil. 

Gentry S A, cond S & N A'a R R, res Church b Poachtree and w Cain. 

Georg^ia NatiOUal Bank, Jno Rice pres't, Kimball House. 

Georgia, Bank and Trust Co, M G Dobbin^ presd't, w Ala- 
bama nr Broad. 

Georgia Bailroad Sk^ Bankings Co A g:encj^,Perino Brown 

agt, Loyd June Alabama. 
Georgia State Lottery, Howard & Co man'grs, c Walton and Forsyth. 
Georgia R R machine shop, William Rushton supt, R R b Alabaraa-and 

Calhoun. 
Georgia Medical Companion, published Franklin printing house. 
George Joseph, wks Rolling mill, bds Mrs M Marshall's. 
George J H, plasterer, res Williams b w Cain and w Harris. 
Gerbie Charles, watch-mkr and jewellery, 45 Peachtree, res Foundry. 
Gholstin Louis, of Stephens, Flynn & Co, bds Mrs Cody's. 
Gibbs W W, carpenter, res c Dt^catur. 
Gibson Miss M A, dress maker, 64 Whitehall st, up-stairs. 
Gideon J W, carp, with Cannon <k Johnson, carpenters and builders, 

48 Peachtree, res McDonough. 
Gilbert Theo, jeweller, Lawshe & Haynes, res Peters b Washington 

and Loyd. 
Gilbert C R, gents delivery elk p o, bds Theo Gilbert's. 
Gilbert Eli, (col) carpenter, ret* Peachtree, nr Cedar. 
GUbert M S, with E H Gay & Son, bds with A O M Gay. 
Gilbert Mrs K C, school teacher, res Luckie nr Hunnicutt. 
Giles John L, oik Phillips, Flanders & Co, bds W R Phillips. 
Gilmer Wm, bds Wm A Barnett's. 
Gilpin Mrs J H, seamstress, res Thurmond e Luckie. 
Gillespie R H C, b k, L Schofield & Son, res Walton b Foundry and w 

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MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

LUMBER, DOOIUSi; SASH, BLINDS, GLASS, 

MOULDING, PAINTS, ETC., 
Decatur Street, • • ...-.- . . Atlanta, Ga. 

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Gilliam J, bds Gardner House. ' 

Gillstrap J G, wo^k^', Cook, Pitts & Co, res Mangum, b Foundry and 

Thurmond. 
Gimrin — , jeweller, Peachtree st, bds B C Waddail's. 
Oiorsri Eugene^ fruit stand, l^ Marieita c Peachtree. 
Givins Hugh, watchman, W de A R R shop, bds Mrs Embree's. 
Givin Mrs S S, proprietress boarding house, res e s e Hunter st. 
Glazener Geo, farmer, res c Houston and Collins. 
Glass R C W, family grocery, Peachtree st, bds at A O M Gay's. 
Glass M S, hay elk, C H Strong:, Broad, bds Hunter. 
GIhss Mrs M A, principal, literary female institute. 
Glatz Julius, brick maker, res Gordon st w End. 
Glawson James, res Magazine, b W & A R R shop and Elliott. 
Gleason William, boot and shoe maker, e Hunter st. 
Gleason James, boot and shoe mkr, with Wm Gleason, res W Gleason, 

b Collins and "Butler. * : 

Glen Cook, dk, Ga R R, bds C Evans. 
Olenn L J & Son, law firm, front rooni, over James bank, bds at 

Mrs Over by 's. 
Glenn L J, firm L J G <& Son, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Glenn J T, firm L J G & Son, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Glenn & Wright, office Forsyth st nr R R.i 
Glenn K P, of G & Wright, com mer, c W & A R R Mid Forsyth bds 

at Chisolms c Wheat and Collins. 
Glenn Sn, IWilson, confectioneries and family groceries, 68 junc 

Broad and Peachtree. 
Glenn Jerry F, of G & Wilson, bds John Glenn's. 
Glenn J C, abstract elk, Ga R R, depot;,res Houston b Ivy and Collins. 
Crlenn John, recceiving and forwarding clerk, Ga R R depot res 

Wheat and Ivy. 
Glenn Wm, blacksmith, J J Ford's, res c Fair and Pryor. 
Glass Robt C, of Landrum <fc Co, bds A O M Gay. 
Glassup Wm, res Lee st w End. 
Glore H J, elk, F J Lane & Bro, bds T J Lane. 
Gldver Jno H, b k Ga State lottery, bds Mrs Hoyle's, Pryor st. 
Glover J B, book k*»eper, bds Mrs Hoyle's. 
Glynn Mrs Margaret, grocery, Barracks st. 

Gober M S, fireman, W & A R R, res Rhodes b Manqrum and Haynes. 
InOdrrey J E &; 8on. gen agts, St Louis mutual life insurance co, 

up-btairs, 46 and 47 Whitehall, res Whitehall junc Forsyth. 
Godfrey R J, of J E <fe Son, res Whitehall b Windsor and Smith. 
InOidtsnOTen E Yan, seedman and florist, 9 Whitehall, bds Mrs 

MitchelFs, Whitehall. 

liSoldsnilth Sl Cofer, attys at law, up-stairs 1 Peachtree, R R block. 
Goldsmith W L, of G «fc Cofer, R R block, res Stone mountain, Ga. 
Goldsmith J M, book k, Maddox <k Winter, 42 and 44 e Alabama, res 

Collins b Wheat and Gilmer. 
Goldsmith Dr W T, res Peachtree c Alexander. 
Goldsmith Turner, real est dealer, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 
Goldsmith J H, b k, Ga L & T co, res Marietta nr Thurmond. 
Goldsmith J W, Ga L & T co, bds J T Meadors. 



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PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED, 



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Atlanta, Qa. 



ROBT GRIFFIN, 

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C^EKEBAL €0BIIISSIO1I HSBCHANT8. 

(KILE'S CORNER.) 

CtB. OF ■IRilf fA AiQ PIACITIEi $Ti» 

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. DEPOT-COR MARIETTA AND FOUNDRY STREETS. 

Manufacturer of Cemetrj Fencing Dog Irons, Sash .Weights, 
Well Wheels, and all kinds of Castings, Wash Pots and hollow ware. 

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Golden Francip, elk, W <fc A R R, res McDaniel nr Wells. 

Goode N J, of Pool & G, res at store. 

Goodlett Jas, (col) barber, Kimball house, res Martin st; 

Good Templars Hall, James' building, Whitehall st. 

Glood Templars Hall, new Powell building, Peachtree st. 

C^OOdman R H, grocer, 51 Peachtree, res w Harris b Spring and 

Williamg. 
Goodman S P, elk, bds C Powell's. 

Goodman Bait, fireman, W <SbsA R R, bds Mrs Dougherty's. 
Goodwjrn H C, ex mess'ger, Msfe W R R, res junc Church and Cain. 
Goodwin J B, law student, GartPhH & Stephens, bds W H Goodwin's. 
Goodwm W L, asst assessor, 3 divisHm, res Cartersville, Bartow co. 
Goodwyn J C, foreman, S S Kendric^^tSs^SQ^, c MarietU ajwJ^Broad, 

res Mrs Chisolm's, Pryor. ^^^^ ^^ ■ -"^^ 

Goodwin W H, elk, C F Banson, Whitehall, r^s Racetrack, b Trebursey 

and Haynes. 

Gordon W li, pres't dollar savings bank, 10 Peachtree st, bds with 

H A Fuller. 
Goriton Uen John B, pres't sduthem life ins co, res Kirkwood. 
Gordon T W, b k, Salmons & Alexander, bds Mrs A E Gordon's. 
Gordon T W, elk, Salraots dc A, res Mrs A E Gordon's. 
Gordon Daniel, res Elliott c Hunter. 

Oordoni Willis & Co? dollar savings bank, 10 Peachtree st. . 
Gordon Mrs E A, res Ellis b Pryor and Ivy. 

G6rdon James, (col) barber, res'Washington b Alabama and Hunter. 
Gordon J B, barber shop, under McBride^ Smith, res Line st. 
Goree Mrs N W, boarding house, Spring b Walton and Luckii*. 
Goslin, A L, carpentei, res Foster b Calhoun and Builcr. 
Goss J, bds Judge Hammond's. 

Gouedy D H, elk, Tommey & Stewart, res Mangum c Hunter. 
Governor's Mansion, Peachtree c w Cain. 

Government Stables, lieut E B Gibbs, quarm'r, office Marietta st. 
Government Cabinet Shop, lieut Gibbs, quarm'r. Line b Ivy and Loyd. 
Grace M J, machinist, res Thurmond b R R and Elliott. 
Grace J A, res c King and Fair. 

Grady T F, R R ale houhc, 22 e Alabama Pt, res same. 
Graham Lee, train hand, bds Mrs Dousrhert/n. 
Gramling J A, eng, W & A R R, bds'W G Gramling's. 
Gramhng W J, of Peck & G, planing mills, res Havnes b Hunter and 

Rhodes. 
Gramling T A, elk, Henry Banks & Son, bds J R (Iramliiig's. 
Grambling J R, of Silvey, Dougherty & Co, res Powers c Sprini:^. 
Gramblingr W S, clerk, Silvey, Dougherty & Co, res Powers b Spring 

and Williams. « 

Grambling T A, fireman, W & A R R, btls Mrs M M J Grambling's. 
Grambling Mrs Martha M J, res w Baker nr c Ilayden* 
Grant L P, supt, A & W Pt R R, oflice up stairs. Railroad block, res 

Grantor old Fair grounds. 
Grant L P, jr, record clk,'A «& W Pt R R, res Col L P G. 
Grant W H, clerk, William Wood, coffin wart-roora, 8 JSroad st, res 
Pounds Hill. 



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Grant A L, rea Pryor b Peters and Garnett. 

Grant W D, R R contractor, office Grant bailding, res Ivy c Pine. 

Orant J A* city engineer, bids L P Grant's. 

Grant M, chief elk of the assessor, res McDonough nr Richardson. 

Grant W W, b k, A & W Pt R R, res Hunter b King <fc BeU. ^ 

Grant Walker, plamber, Honnicatt <Se Beliingrath, res Decatur b Moore 

and Pratt. 
Orant J T & W D« office up stairs, c Broad and Marietta. 
Grant, Alexander & Co, R R contractors, office with J T 4j W D Grant. 
Grant Sarah J Mrs, house, Pryor b Garnett and Peters. , 
Grantham W R, yard master, M A W R R, res R R track b Mitchell 

and Hunter. 
Gravitt W W, re§ luckie c Simpson. 
Gravitt Mrs W, seamstress, res Luckie c Simpson. 
Gray W» marble yard, Alabama b Washington and Loyd, res Fair nr 

city cemetery. 
Gray Jno D, office 3d floor granite block No 1 Broad, bds Stubblefield 

House. 
Gray Wm, gas fitter Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, res Fair b Martin and 

Terry. [ 

Gray M^S, carpenter, res Spring c w Cain. 
Gray Luke, (col) blacksmith, Butler opp medical college. 
Gray Mrs M W, res c Fair and Martin. 

Green Ge^ Gko, genl car inspector A <fc W Pt R R, res Foundry. 
Green W D, elk I T Banks, bds James Caldwell. 
Green George, grocei y and res Foundry c Mangum. 
Green T S, at Dr L H Brad field's, res Haynes b Nelson and Racetrack. 
Green J T, retired planter, bds Miss M J Green. 
I«reeii Line, office Grant building, R C Robson agt. 
Green A H, elk Chamberlin, B <fc Co, bds Mrs Caldwell. 
Green Joseph, eng opera house, res Simpson c Mangum. 
Green Miss M J, b h. Peach tree b Ellis and Cain. 
Green Joseph, (col) grocer, bds Rev F J Peck. 
Green Richmond, (cx)l) hostler, res Butler b Houston and Wheat. 
Gregg6 L, res Hunter b Whitehall and Forsyth. 
Gre^^W A, b k Tommey <fe Stewart, res Peters b Whitehall and 

Forsy^. 
Gregg J R,Vk Mark W Johnson, res Peters. 
Grenville C K, flour mills, res Forsyth opp McLinn's alley. 
Gresham W^ A, printer Era office, res Hayden b w Harris and w 

Baker. \ 
Orier Capt i^i3^* county tax receiver, res Forsyth c James. 
Griffith John, woJks rolling mill, res Emma back rolling milL 
Griffin <fc Co, watchmakers and jewelers, 32 Peachtree. 
Griffin W, qf Griffin »j Co, watchmaker and jeweler 32 Peachtree, bds 

restaurant. \ .no n* ♦ /-. 

ISrIffln J 1, saloon arid restaurant 94 Whitehall, res Stone Mt n Ga. 
Griffin W H, agt home shtfUle machine 32 Peachtree, bds A M Norns. 
Griffin R J, of Kile <Jk G, t)dKW C Loughmiller. 
Griffin B T, carpenter, res c Ja^es and C-one. 
Griffin F M, res Dent alley b EUi6tt and Mangum, Rock and Simpson. 






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H. T. COX & BRO., 

Commission Merchants ! 

Iffo. 17 UTorth Foray ih Street, 

ATLANTA, - - - -- GEORGIA. 

DEALERS IN 

CORN, WHEAT, OATS, FLOUR. BACON AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. 

J. WILLIAM VAN NAMEE, M. D., 

ICLEiTIS ilD SLAIBf ITAIf mTSliUii 

yO. 420 FOURTH AVENVE, NEW YORK CITY, 

MAKES examinations by lock of hair. Send stamp for circnlar containing tcptimonials. Dr. 
Vau Namee, lu addition to hvhv^ a jfra^luatetl plivsiciau, poBBesBeu a liigh ordrr of duvulupt^ 
Clairvoyant powers, enabling him to clearly dlaguot»e diseaae and prepare proper Magnetic Reme- 
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Reception Day— Wednesday, fi-om 11 a. m. to 4 r. m. No personal examinations given except 
on RiK;«'j>tii)n Day. 

PerHoiiHl Examination*— Ladies |^ 00 ; Gentlemen $3 00. Examinations by hair $3 00 and $5 00. 

All letters must be addressed to PostofflceBox 5190. 
J, HERBERT MILLS, Secretary. 

A. J. HARALSON, 

PROPRIETOR 

PLANTERS' SALOON. 

PEACHTREE STREET, ATLANTA GEORGIA 



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Grist Mrs A J, seamstress, res Mills b WiUiams and Oi me. 

Grissom Thos, bds T J Dameron. "^ ^ 

GriMard T J, elk Henry Banks & Son, res Harris b Ivy and CoHins. 

Groff Jacob, baker G W Jack, res Loyd^ ' < - 

Grogan Mrs J, res Peters nr Stephens. is 

Gross C J, foreman tailor W B Lowe & Co, res Crew b Jones and 

Kawson. 
Groosman Adolph, oik, bds 107 up stairs Whitehall. 

^^^^T ^„ *a*^«"' Sewiog Machine, L B Davis agent, 29 
Whitehall. ® ' 

Groves J H, grocer 120 Whitehall, bds D F Hammond 
Grubb H C dk J J & S P Richards, bank block Alabama st, bds H I 
Kimball House. 

^rabll Samael \¥, business manager Era office and councilman 

3d ward, res o McDonough and Fulton. 
Grubb Samuel, res o McDonough and Fulton. 
Grubbs W L, carp, res Simpson b Elliott and Mangnra. 
Gruber Wm, agt widows' lite ins co, bds Mrs Powers. 
Gruggs B F, carp, res Mangum b Thurmond and Rock. 
Guard D S, mechanic, res Calhoun opp Jenkins. 
Guess H P, marble cutter D N Judson, res Stone Mountain Ga. 
Guimerin T J, of Griffin ds Co, watchmaker and jeweler, 30 Peachtree, 

res same. 

Ghlllatt Jas E, foundry, res c Decatur and Butler. 

G-nllatt Henry, moulder W <& a R R Co shop, res Calhoun b 

Gilmer and Jenkins. 
Gunby Mrs E J, res Church o Cone. 

Gunst Jacob, dry goods and clothing, shoes, etc, Mitchell, res CoUins. 
G-tLSSe D, tailor W B Lowe & Co, bds Wm Bender. 
G-HthTnaTl I» a^ Pbila and Atlanta wine and liquor co, wholesale 

dealers 6 granite block Broad, res c Gamett and Whitehall. 
Guthman Edward, dk M & J Hirsch, bds Henry Hirsch. 
Guthman K, auc and com, c Peachtree and Marietta, res Philadelphia. 
Guthrey S W, harness maker Browning's shop, res same. 



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Bro^, bds H Haas. 

0aa« Merman, res Whitehall b Gamett and Branch alley. 
Haas Isaac G, elk Phila & Atlanta wme and liquor co, bds H Haas. 
Haas Simon, family groceries, Marietta nr Foundry, res same. 
Habersham A I, (col) barber Webster's shop, bds c Forsyth and Peters. 
Hackett W W, car insptr W <k A R R, res Hilliard b Wheat and Irwin. 
Hackett J S, sr, cotton buyer, res Hayden c Simpson. 
Hackett J 8, jr, res Hayden c Sirapson. 

Hackett John, train hand A & W Pt R R, bds W W Hackett. 
Hackett Wm, train hand, A <b W Pt R R, bds W W Hackett's. 
Haddawf^ T G, elk, London store, bds Mrs Dunlap's. 
Hadley Thos, painter, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 



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Wrought Iron Pipe for Steam, Gas and Water, Terra Cotta 

Drain Pipe and Chimney Tape. 

Steei3Da. and Oa.s F^lttlners, 

Steam Whistles and Gauges, OU Cups, Valves &<?., 

Lift and Force Pumps and Rubber Hose, 

TIN PLATE. SHSKT IBON, SHEET LEAD, COOPER ZINC, 

Plumbers' Brass Goods, Wash Stands, Closets &c., 

Marbleized Slate Mantles, Hearths and Grates, 

GAS nXTURBB, CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS &9f 

Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters, Copper Smiths and Galvanized 
Iron Work. Roofing in all its Branches, Tin or Iron, done in a 
superior manner and at the very best rates. 

l^" Manufactnrer's agents for Knowles Steam Pumps. ^Fl 
ISTo. 9 ]VLarietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 



GEO. N. LESTER. 



WM. S. THOMSON. 



LESTER & THOMSON, 

AVTOBNITS Af MM, 

Office directly over H. L Kimball's office, fronting on Rulroad.) 

OFFICE No8. 16 & 18 H. I KIMBALL HOUSE, 

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MECHANICS SALOON, 

FBAlk€I9 BOON AN, PropH* tor, 

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Hafflin M F, moulder, Porter 6i Batler^s foandry, res Ga H R b Butler 

and Terry. 
Eagan John T» oils, lamp goods and groceries, 1 1 4 Whileh&ll st, res 

same, up stairs. 
Hagerman James, baff^age master, M <& W R R, bdt) Mrs M M Veroon. 
Hahn F, oik, Fred SctSflT, bds Peter Berron's. 
Haines 06n T J C) surgeon, U S army, res c Houston and Ivy. 
Hairston J M, carpenter, res Jones b King and Martiirs alley. 
Hall E D, res Walker b Stephens and Peters. 
Hall A Hart, tinners, store Peters nr McDaniel, 

Hall F A, of H <fe Hart, tinners, res adjMng store, Peters nr McDaniel. 
Hall Prof Frank H, veterinary surgeon, bds Campbell House. 
Hall's Tobacco Factory, Marietta c Thurmond. 
Hall G W, tobacco manu^M^turer, res Luckie c Thurmond. 
Hall J F, elk, A T Finney, bds Mrs CNeil's.. 
Hall Jno T, elk, G W Adair, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R. 
Hall J T, printer, res Larkins b Racetrack and Walker. 
Hall J W, grocery, Peters, store and res b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Hall J W» carpenter, res Foundry b Davis and Vine. 

Hall Jb Fincher, family groceries, 61 Peach tree. 

Hall M, of H 4& Fiocher, grocers, bds Wm M Leatherwood's. 

Hall Mrs Mary J, res nr Racetrack b Stephens and Stonewall. 

Hall O A, Bupt work, Kimball house, res Collins b Glenn and Decatur. 

Hall T N, book keeper, Jordan, Howard & Hanalson. 

HaU T O, elk, West^ Edwards, bds Jno T Hairs. ' 

Hall W M, tinner, r^s Berry alley c Forsyth. 

Hall man J C Sb Co, family groceries, 57 Feachtree st. 

Hall man J C, of J C H <fe Co, res Collins b Harris and Cain. 

Hallman M, clerk, Howard A McKoy, bds Mrs Harris. 

Hamby A F, works at W A A R R shop, res Luckie nr junc Hull. 

Hamilton Wm, of J S Oliver A Co, com mer, bds J S Oliver's. 

Hamilton J J, tanner, res Luckie nr Thurmond. 

Hammock C C, of Bell A H, res McDonough b Rawson and Jones. 

Hammond A W ft Son* attys at law, office up stairs, 47 Whitehall st. 

Hammond Amos W, atty, H & Son, Whitehall, res Houston b Ivy and 

Pryor. 
Hammond Geo H, atty, 47 Whitehall st, bds A W Hammond's. 
Hammond N J, of A W H <fe Son, attys at law, res Peachtree b Cain 

and Harris. 
Hammond & Wellborn^ attys at law, up stairs, 58 Whitehall st. 
Hammond Wm R, atty, of H dc Wellborn, up stairs 88 Whitehall st, 

bds AD Adair's. 
Hammond D Fi mayor, of H <fe Wellborn, res c Forsyth and Peters. 
Hammond W P, cotton buyer, res Powers b Spring and Williams. 

Hammond Thomas F, elk, Geoige H Eddleman, 5 Marietta, bds A W 

Hammond's. 
Hammond Mrs Nancy, res Dent's al, b Elliott and Mangum, Rock and 

Simpsen. \ 

Hampton J R, book keeper, Moore A Marsh, res Decatur, Ga. 
Hamrick J M ife Son, dry ffoods and groceries. 
Hancock James, engineer, M <fe W R R, res Davis c Mitchell. 



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Hancock William, watchman, M & W R R, res Peters b Forsyth and 
Thompson. 

Hancock W H) insurance agent, Decatur b Collins and Calhoun. 
Haney Bernard, blacksmith, Porter <fc Butler's, res Mechanic b Elliott 

and Railroad. 
Haney G W, apprentice, Porter & Butler's, res McCaray sU 
Hahey Henry, blacksmith, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 
Haney R M, receiving elk, A & W Pt R K, res Pailroad c Butler. 
Haney Thos, blacksmith, res Mechanics b R R and Elliott. 
Handy Wm E, fr't dk, A <fc W Pt depot, res Hunter b King and Bell. 

HANLEITER'S BINDERY, 

Up Stairs, No. 1 Qranite Mocb N. Broad. 

Hanleiter W R, propV Hanleiter's City Directory and Book Bindery, 

office granite block, res GiUner c Calhoun. 
Hanson Taylor, works. Rolling milL 

Hape Albert* D D S, 8 e Alabama, bank block, bds Cannon boose. 
Hape Dr Saml) dental depot, res Forrest av b Collins and Calhoun. 

Harralson A J* ssrocer, Peachtree. res junc Church and Cain. 

Haralson A J, of Hill & Harralson, res Church st. 

Haralson S B, beef market, Marietta, res State nr Fair grounds. 

Haralson Hugh, delivery clerk, W <fc A R R, bds Mrs Overby's. 

Haralson A, of Jordan, Howard & H, res Mobile, Alabama. 

Harralson M, of Jordan, Howard <Jb H, bds Mrs Cozart's. 

Harralson L L, elk, Jordan, Howard & H, bds W Mitchell's. 

Harcrow Mrs H A H, res Powers b Spring and Williams. 

Hardage James M. res Walker b Booth alley and Stonewall. 

Hardage Mrs J M, milliner, Mrs O'Connor's, res c Walker and Booth. 
Harden A M, family grocer, McDonough near Rawson, bds Dr W P 

Harden's. 
Harden ft ColCf Atlanta nurseries, office M W Johnson's Broad st. 
Harden C T, agent Fort Gaines lottery, office 8 Broad, rea c Alabama 

and Forsyth. 
Hardin M A, lumber dealer, res w Harris b Orme and Hay den. 
Hardin Dr W P* physician, office second floor, 42 and 44 e Alabama, 

res e McDonough. 
Hardeman M, grocer, Whitehall, res Peters b Thompson and Forsyth. 
Hardy Saml, carpenter, res Racetrack b Stephens and Larkins. 
Hargis R R, conductor, W<feARR,bdsWC Loughmiller's. 
Har^raves Burke, wood passer, W <fc A R R, bds F L Little's. 
Harkie <fc Co, family groceries. Marietta, nr junc Walton. 
Harkie R A, of H Jb Co, ren Rock b Elliott and Mangum. 
Harland Jim, (col) porter, Hunnicutt A Bellingrath, res Mitchell near 

Atlanta university. 
Harlow Mrs Mary, res b Gamett and Peters. 
Harman Mrs A A, bds A J Orme's. 
Harman Chas, elk, W P Chisolm, bds A J Orme's. 



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WiGOH k CMRIAGE SHOP. 

Janctlon Pelen and Garnett 8ts. 

HAYING opened in the samebuBiness at the abovejnamed place, 
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A-U "W^ork AV^arranted. 

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Harmsen Carl, b k, J M <£; J C Alexander, res Racetrack, b Elliott and 

Biangam. 
Harmseo Charles, elk, J M <fe J C Alexander.* 
Harper Aaron, res Decatur st. 

Harper T J, sewiner machines, Porter & Butler, bdg Whitehall st. 
Harrington — , employee, W A A R R, res Stephens st. 
Harris A Hicks, grain and produce dealers, c Peachtree and James si. 
Harris A F, of H <fc Hicks, bds J L, Logan's. 
Harris A Lt Davis c Plum. 

Harris B F, bankiner house, res Pryor b Line and Wheat. 
Harris C, (col) carpenter, Ivyb Line and Wheat. 
Harris Chas, (col) porter at W L A C, 12 and 14 Alabama st. 
Harris C W, dk, Torbert, Brown & Co, 23 Marietta, bds J O Torbert's. 
Harris Henry S, printer, Franklin printing house, bds J C Watkins. 
Harris J A, carpenter, res Powers b Spring and Williams. 
Harris J D, carpenter, res Venable b Alexander and Mills. 
Harris Jno L, teller Atlanta National Bank, res bank. 
Harris J 0» sheriff, Fulton Co, res c Ivy and Pine. 
Harris J N, asst b k, A C 4; B F Wyly's, 38 e Alabama, bds o Rawson 

and Hood. 
Harris I B* local agt, W <fc A R R, res clark b Windsor and Whiuker. 
Harris — , works. Rondeau <fe Co, factory, bds M A Moore's. 
Harris Mrs M L, res Coliin« b Harris and Cain. 
Harris Nathan O, elk, sheriff's office, bds J O Harris. 
Harris Robt, boot and bhoe maker with Flipper, res nr Whitehall st. 
Harris Sarah Mrs, res c Frasier and Richardson. 
Harris S L, eng, W <fc A R R, res Collins b Ellis and Cain. 
Harris Theophilus, res o Decatur and Botler. 
Harris Rev TllOS Hi res McDonough b Butler and Hunter. 
Harris W C, carpenter, res Mitchell, b Davis and Trebursey. 
Harris W F, res Pryor b Garnett and Fair. 
Harris W P, butcher, bds R H C Gillespie's. 
Harris Wm, cashier, W<fcARR,bdsEW Holland's. 
Harrison C, elk, Johnson seed store, bds Mrs E P O'Connor's. 
Harrison J C, elk, Mark W Johnson, agricultural depot, bds with Mrs 

O'Connor. ^^ ^ ^ , ^ 

Harrison Geo W, b k, J C Peck A Co, res McDonough and Rawson. 
Harrison Z D* of Newman & H, attorney and supreme court clerk, 

res cor McDonough and Rawson. 
Harrison Rev W P, res c Ivy and Houston. 
Harrison Squire, (col) gardener, res Peachtree b Ceaar and Pine. 
Hart M C, telegraph operator, bds Mrs Overby's. \ 
Hart R W, of H i Hall, tinners, Peters st, bds L C Wells. 
Hartman <fe Hirschberg, groceries and meat store, 118 Whitehall st. 
Hartman M, of H ifc Hirschberg, res Peters nr M <fc W R R. 
Hartsfield Chas, at Richardson's tin store,^l)ds Mrs Monteith's. 
Harry N C, painter, bds Mrs E P O'ConnjOr. 
Harvey Wm, carpenter, res Young st. 
Harwell J M, res Forsyth c Grubb. ^ 
Harwell L H, res Forsyth c Gmbb. 
Harwell W H, wagon and blacksmith shop, c Butler and Raibroad, res 

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Haslett 8 D» deputy marshall, res Walker b Stonewall and Stephens. 

Haslett Q H, carpenter, res Walker b Stephens and StonewalL 

Haselden H S, foreman, Franklin printing house, res Mangum b Hunter 
and Hhodes. 

Hatcher E M* tobaooo fi^tory, Ivy c Cedar, res Ivy c Cedar. 

Haverty M, saloon, Marietta, res Berry avenue nr Thompson. 

Haverty Thos, res Berry avenue b Thompson and R R. 

Hawkins Geo W, carpent'er, res Williams b Baker and Harris. 

Hawley C, elk, Compton A Co, wh and retail grocers, 35 Peachtree st, 
bds J O Torbert's. 

Hayden G HE, harness and saddle shop, c Forsyth and Peters, res same. 

Hayden J iL of Healy, Berry <fe Cfo, res Marietta c Cone. 

Hayden P, res Pryor b Gamett and Fair. 

Hays A C, upholsterer, res Stephens nr Barracks. --^-^ ^ 

Haygood Mrs G B, ret o McDonough and Fair. 

Haygood Miss Laura A, principal, McDonough st female school, bds at 
Mrs G B H^good*8. 

Haygood M A, c&, Qiamberlin, Boynton A Co, bds Mrs G B Haygood. 
Haynes Andrew, mgkt watch, W <fe A R R yard, res Luckie b Foundry 

and Thurmond. 
Haynes James, carpenter, res Alley b Elliott and Mangum, Thurmond 

and Rock. 
HaynM W A* of Lawshe & H, res c w Hunter and Mangum. 
Hayse J N, ooaoh trimmer^ res c Martin and Rawson. 
Head J C, res Spring b Marietta and R R. 
Head A J, carpenter, res Dent alley b Elliott and Mangum, Rock and 

Simpson. 
Heal D r IB magnetic physidan, up stairs, 82 Whitehall st, bds J N 

Stalling's. 
Healy J E, transfer dk, so ex oo, res e s Washington st. 
Healy Thos, of Beiyy, H 4b Co, contractors. Ivy b Wheat and Houston. 
Heath D H, family gprooeries, Decatur b Fort and Packard's al, res same. 
Hebrew Benevolent Association, see societies. 

Heerlein Herman O, at cab saloon, AWbama, res c Mitchell and Haynes. 
Hoary ft COt wholesale and retail druggists, Whitehall st. 
Heery D O C, of Heery & Co, wholesale druggists, Whitehall st. 
HefTemon P, policeman, bds Mrs O'NeiPs. 
Heidenheim J^ dk, M Rolland Jb Co, bds L Seldner. 
Hdntz <fe Berkele, gunsmiths; 8 Whitehall st. 
Heintz Chat, guns, pistols and sporting material, 8 Whitehall st, res 

Pryor near Hunter. 
Hdlings J P, eng, W <fe A R R, res Haynes b Rhodes and Magazine. 
Helm John, shoe maker, Keltner Sb Rakestraw, res nr Mitchell. "^ 

Hemphill V Ai of H & Co, proprietors. Constitution office, res H I 

Kimball house. 
Heinphill R A, b k. Constitution office, bds Judge D F Hammond's. 
Henderson A D, carpenter, res Mangum b Hunter & Rhodes. 
Henderson H, train nand, A <fc W Ft R R, res Railroad <fc Shipley st. 
Henderson H B, dk, A J Haralson, bds A J Haralson's. 
Henderson John« confectionery and toy store, 11 Peachtree, res 

C<ilhoun nr Jenkins. 



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the profits of the buHiness, and superintend every department of my 
business myself. I am always prepared to exeoute any orders entrusted 
to me as expeditiously and as perfectly as can be done by any manufac- 
turer, North or South. I have on hand an extensive and varied stock of 

TUP MD 10 TIP uiiRuiiES. uso, mm 

Which Cannot be Excelled Anywhere. 

I am at all times prepared to exeoute orders for the manufacture or 

repairing of 

VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

I AM SOLE AGENT FOR 

KIMBALL BROTHERS, BOSTON, 

Who are the beet and most extensiye Carriage Manufacturers 

to THE WHTEB STATES. 

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Henderson Nat, barber, gate city barber shop, res same. 
Henderson Mrs N J, res Kock b Mangum and Haynes. 
Henderson T G, Qa National Bank, bids American hotel. 
Henderson W C, printer. True Georgian oflfioe, bds B C Waddail's. 
Hendriz J C, of J L Zachry <fe Co, res c Alexander and Luckie. 
Henley A 6, printer, Constitution office, bds Mrs Colbert's, Marietta Ft. 
Haxininff A Co> gro'rs and com mer, Willingbam building, Decatur st. 
Henning G H, of E Myrick <fc Co, res Willingham building. 
Henry Wm L, elk, B C WaddaU A Co, bds Mrs C WaddaU's, 
Henry John A, printer. 

Hensier Prof Wm L) room, up stairs, granite block, 1 Broad st. 
Hensley Wm, engineer, Ga R R, bds Jno Hutchinson. 
Henson J T, wks Rolling mill, res LaFayette st nr Rolling milL 
Hentschel G, grocer and saloon, 52 e Alabama st, res same. ^ 

Herbst Charlie* librarian, Y M L, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Herley Jno, manifest derk, so ez comp'y, 36 e Alabama, res Mitchell b 

Pryor And Loyd. 
Hermaiin B* watch mkr, c Marietta and Peachtree, bds Nat'l Hotel. 
Hem Mrs Prisoilla, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 
Hemdon G W, fireman, W <fc A R R, res Nelson c Trebursey. 
Hemdon Josedli, carpenter, res Nelson b Haynes and Trebursey. 
Hemdon W Cf, conductor, A 4 W Pt R R, res Decatur st. 
Herrick Jefferson, manasrer western union telegraphic co, office capitol 

building, bds L B Davis's. 
Herrin C P, res Stonewall, b Walker and Racetrack. * v 

Herrin Mrs Nancy, res Dent's alley b Elliott and Mangum, Rock and 

Simpson. 
Herron J P, bds Henry Banks, sr. 

Hesterly Mary W, laundress, res Pulliam b Fulton and Clark. 
Hetzel Charles, apprentice Huwald & Gantt, res Houston. 

EQbemian Benevolent Society) s^ societies. 

Hicks A Lynch, dry goods, groceries, etc, Decatur b Calhoun and 

Butler. 
Hicks D, of H <fc Lynch, res Decatur b Calhoun and Butler. 
Hicks D Y. of Harris <fc Hicks, Peachtree, bds J C Dunlap. 
Hicks H W, boot and shoe maker Chas Hughes & Son, bds same. 
Hicks Ed, (col) carpenter, r'es James b Fairlie and Cone. 
Higbee Col E I, ex-Senator, bds J G W Mills. 
High Mrs M E, res Collins b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Biggins L P, broom maker S B Robson's broom factory, Broad, bds 

Mr Barry. 
Hiffhtower T J & Co, wholesale grocers and provision dealers, c 

Broad and Mitchell. 
Hightower T J, of T J H & Co, res Windsor b Jones and Rawson. 
IHghtower T J, of Hollman <Sb Co, fiimily grocers, 57 Peachtree. 
Hightower J D, elk S ilmons <fe Alexander, bds American Hotel. 
Hill A J, b k, bds Mrs P HiU. 

Hill Mrs A P, principal orphan free school, bds Mrs Overby. 
gill ic Candler, attorneys, up stairs 16 Whitehall. 
Hill Cliarles, (col) carpenter, res Spring b w Cain and w Harris. 
Hill D P> lawyer, res Marietta nr Bartow. 



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CAMAK, GA., TO MACON, GA 78 Miles 

CONTROLLING 307 MILES OF RAIL. 

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Macon and Western, Atlanta and Richmond Air Line, 

and Atlanta and West Point Railroads — the 

latter working the through line 

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NEW ORLEANS « THE GREAT WEST. 

CONNECTINQ EAST AT AUGUSTA, GA, WITH 

The Central Raih-oad of Georgia, 

Charlotte, Golumhia, & Augusta E. B. 

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MACON' GA., 

ATLANTA, GA., 

WEST POINT, GA., 

MONTGOMERY, ALA., 
MOBILE, ALA., 

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ROME, GA., 

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MERIDIAN, MISS., 

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KNOXYILLE, TENN.^ 

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E. W. COLE, Gkn'l StTP'T, Nashville, Tenn., 
8. K. JOHNSON, Suf't, Augusu Ga., 
J. A. BOBERTS, 6. T. A, Aueusta, Ga., 
R. L. BHODES, G. Fr. Ag't, Augusta, Ga., 
BENTLEiY D. HASELL, Gen. Ea8»n Agt., 

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H. M. COTTINGHAM, Westebx, Agt., 

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Hill D Ii, agt Howe Sewing Machines, 82 Whitehal], bds Mrs Cald- 
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Hill £ J, porter No 1 American Hotel, res same. 

Hill H P, carpenter, res Young nr Decatur. 

Hill A Haralson, Globe Saloon, 11 Decatur st. 

Hill John, saloon c Marietta and Peachtree, res Decatur b Collins and 
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flIU Jolm H, wholesale liquors, cigars, etc, 18 Marietta, st, bds 
Mrs Hoylci 'jj 

Hill John, nulroad employee, res Wheat nr Ivy. 

Hill J R, of Hill 3d Haralson, Globe Saloon 11 Decatur st, res Decatur. 

Hill Judge, (col) blacksmith W K Booth, res o Pryer and Loyd. 

Hill J W, printer £ra office, bds Dr Stout. 

Hid O C, abstract elk W <Si A R R, bds D P Hill. 

Hill O W, printer, res c Forsyth and Branch alley. 

Hill Mrs P, res Decatur o CoUins. 

Hill R, attorney, bds Mrs Fitzpatrick. 

Hill T W J^ attorney, of Hill A Candler, bds Mrs P Hill. 

HiU W R, of Cox <b Hill, res c Collins and Baker. 

Hill Wiley, night dk Stubblefield House, bds same. 

Hill Major Waid, retired planter, bds D P HiU. 

Hill W, attorney, bds Mrs FiUpatrick. 

HOlyer ik Bro, lawyers, office Hillyer's building Alabama. 

Hillver Geo, of H <fe Bro, atty and State Senator, res Peters b 
Washington and Crew. 

Hilly er Henry, of Hillyer A Bro, attys, IfiUyer's bide, bds Geo Hillyer. 

Hilsman, Bart A Co, tobacco com mer, 67 WhitehaU. 

Hilsman J R, of H, Burt ^ Co, bds Mrs COzart. 

Hflton J H, carpenter, res Race Track b Stephens and Larkins. 

Hilton W A, of T di Hilton, res Collins. 

Hines Martin, cabinet maker Rondeau's factory, bds J H Barrett. 

Hinokle J W> a^st sec Gk a^cul'l society, res Ivy b Cain and £llis. 

Hinton H B, grocery and res, I'eters nr Booth's alley. 

Hinton Jas A, policeman, res c Terry and Ghi R R. " 

Hirsch M & J) wholesale and retail clothing, 41 and 53 Whitehall st. 

Hirsoh Henry, elk, M <fc J Hirsch, res c Washington and HuMer. 

Hirsch Joseph, of M ^ J H, bds Henry Hirsch. ^ 

Hirsch Morris, of M & J H, bds Henry Hirsch. 

Hirschberg J, of Hartman & H, res Forsyth nr M & W R R depots 

Hitchcock & Waldeili book sellers and stationers, 64 PoweU block, 
Peachtree st. 

Hitchcock L, of H 1; Walden, res Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Hitchcock & COf soap factory, £llis b Butler and Ford. 

Hitchcock Dr D S, of H & Co, soap factory, res Houston nr Jackson. 

Hitchins Mrs Emma, res Jones av b R R and Gray. 

Hodges H L, elk, revenue department, res Walton nr c Bartow. 

Hodgson Dr T C, res Garnett b Forsyth and Thompson. 

Hodgson Dr Y M, res Ghimett b Forsvth and Thompson. 

Hoflre Col E F* attorney at law and member of leg^lature, up stairs, 
28 Whitehall St. 

Hoge Thomas, beef and pork business, res Simpson c Yenable. 

Hohanlon — ^ carpenter, bds at Mrs Powers. 



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Hoke C F, chief salesman, H T Cox & Bro, res w Cain c Spring. 
Holhrook A L, of Holbrook & Bro, family groceries, 73 Ptachtree, res 

Collins nr Currier. 
Holbvook <& Bro, family groceries, 73 Peachtree st, 
Holbrook J C* hats, caps, furs, etc, 9 Peacbtrie, res KawsoQ. T 1^ | 
Molbrook J V, wholesale and retoil, hats, furs, ombfeliBS, flic, et^ 

40 Whitehall, res o Peters and Washington. 
Holbrook J P, dk, J M Holbrook, res Castlebeny nr Forsyth. 
Holbrook M N, wks Rolling mill, bds Mrs I^ Beauchanip'^. 
Holbrook Payton, hatter, Whitehall, res Berry avenue b Forsyth and 

Thompson. 
Holbrook W C, of Holbrook & Bro, res Collins nr Currier st. 
Holoomb B D, printer, Methodist Advocate, re» MitchjU opp MAW 

(reight depot.. rAiaTl / 

Holcombe fli C, register elk p o, res c Hunter and McDonough. 

Holcomb P, opera or, western union telegraph company, res Mitchell 

near R R crobsing. 
Holcomb Wm H, policeman, res Peachtree b w Harris and w Baker. 
Holcomb Saml, bds £ Z Townsend's. • 

'Holderness &, UuPont, real est and agts for Knickerbocker life 

insurance company, up stairs, 14 Whitehall st. 
Holderuess W T, of H & Dupont, res — • 
Holdon Martha W, res Butler st adjoining medical college. 
Holland Chas W, fireman, bds J S Holland's. 
Holland Ed, res Marietta b Bartow and Spring. 
Holland ^E W, treasurer, A <fe R A L R R, res Marietta b Bartow and 

Spring. 
Holland A, works at Hall's tobacco factory, bds C W Hall's. 
Holland Green B, policeman, res Decatur b Pratt and Bell. 
Holland Jim, (col) works at Hall's tobacco fiictory, res Lackie near 

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Holland J H, brick mason, res Fair st. • 

Holland J 8, lieut police, res Hunter b King & Bell. 
Holland M N, brick mason, c King and Hunter. 
Holland Mrs Mary, res Alexander c Lovejoy. 
Holland Wm Yancy, with W F Meador, bds W F M. 
Holliday G H, of TidwcU <fc H, bds Dr J S HolUday's. 
Holliday Dr J S, res c Forrest avenue and Calhoun. 
Holli.lay R A, elk, Tidwell <fc H, 98 Whitehall st, bds J S Holliday^s. 
Holliday R K, elk, Tidwell <fc H, 98 WhitehaU st, bds Jos S Smith's. 
HoUiker Fred, cook, 13 Whitehall st, bds same. 
Hollman J C, of HoUnian & Co, family groceries, 57 Peachtree, res 

Collins nr Cain. 

Hollingsworth W T, bds J K Thrower's. 

Holhngs worth Mrs M E, res Ivy b Glenn and Decatur. 

Hollis David, elk, H Karwisch, bds same. . 

Hollis Mrs M, mattress mkr, Peter9 br Walker, res over Bettis & Bro. 

Holly Chas W, shoe manufactory, res Crew b Fulton and Clark. 

Holmes J. (coH boot and shoe shop. Broad nr Hunter. 

Holmes D A, foreman. Porter <fc Butler's, res same. 

Holmes Miss Fannie, teacher, Trmity Charch, res Packard's alley. 






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Holmes Henry, bailiff, res Bartow c Lackie. 

Holmes, Ja« N, press'n, New Eraofl5*e, res o McDononirh and Fulton. 

Holmes J II, printer, Franklin printing hoane, res Booth's alley b 

Peters and Walker. 
Holmes Misn M E, teacher, Packard's alli'y, re* Bime. 
Holmes di Perry (ool) boot and shoe makers, south side c Alabama. 
Holmes R F, ex messenger, res Calhoun b Foster and JenkiDS. 
Holmes S B of H <fe Perry, res Randolph st. 
Holmes W, (col) boot and shoe shop, Broad nr Hunter. 
Holroyd Miss Sarah, mVliinery and straw goods, 8 bank block, Al^ibama. 
Holtzclaw H J, policeman, res Stonewall, b Racetrack and. High. 
Holway D F, painter, res c Collins and Gilmer. 
Honacker Wm, employee, W <fc A R R shop, rcB Stonewall. 
Honacker — , watchman, W & A R R shop, res Mangum c Foundry. 
Hook and Ladder Company, No 1, truck house, Pry or b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Hooper E \f M, propV Atlanta portable gas works, Hunter b Whitehall 

and Bniad, b<ls H I Kimball house. 
ffooten^s Infirmiry fbr the BlfTid, o Collins and Baker. 

If OOten Dr HT A, oculist, res c Collins and Baker. 

Hoover Dr H L, res Nelson o Trebursey. 

Hope Albert, waofon yard, c Broad and Walton. 

Hope Fred, of Huestis & H, bJs Kimball house. 

Hope Geo W, elk, E A & V L Robertson, bds E A Robertson's. 

Hope H L elk, res Cain b Jackson <Se Hilliard. 

Hope L H, dk, Menko, Bro ds Co, res Cain nr Jackson. 

Hopkins J !«, judge Atlanta circuit, res c Ivy and Currier. 

Hoptdon Jno, machinist, at Porter ^ Butler's shop, bds c n Butler st. 

Home Tlios S, saloon, res c Decatur and Butler. 

Horton G W, blacksmith, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, res Young near 

Decatur. 
Horton J C, dk, Phillips & Co, bds Mrs Horton's, Decatur st. 
Horton R, tinner, Hunnicutt ii Bellingrath, bds Mrs Horton's, near 

Rolling mills. 
Horton W C, shoe and boot maker, res Marietta nr Roirm<j mill. 
Hosking John, shoe and b't mkr, Vogelbergers, 66 Whitehall, res same. 
House Henry C, blacksmith, res Pulliam c Fulton. 
Houf>e W H, machin't. Porter & Butler's, bds Mrs Wilson's, Decatur st. 
House W P, family grocer, Decatur b Fort and Packarr^'s al, res same. 
Houston W J, genl ticket agt, A <fe W Pt R R, office R R block, 

res nr Decatur, Ga. 
Houston Mrs A L, res c Loyd and Hunter. - 
Howard Abbie, Loyd b R R and Decatur. 
Howard A G, of Jordan, H <b Harralson, tobacco comm'on merchants, 

83 Whitehall, res Peachtree c Ellis. 
Howard C A, bds Mrs H R Cody's, 
Howard T A, machinist, bds Mrs N W Goree's. 
Howard George, res Rock b Elliott and R R. 
Howard G J, of Howard & McKoy, res DeKalb county. 
Howar<) Jno, Georgia State lottery, res Savannah, Ga. 
Bloirard ik lUcKoy, wh and retail druggist, 49 Peachtree st. 






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Howard Sk> fSoale, ^en'I soatbem agents for Wheeler & Wilson's 

sewing machines, 1 DeGive*s opera house, Marietta st. 
Howe Sewing Machines, D L Hill, agent, 82 Whitehall st. 
Howes B C, res Peters b Whitehall and Forsyth. 
Howell Albert, of Howell <& Co, res country. 
Howell Ac Co, wholesale grocers, 41 Peachtred st. 
Howell Chas A, grocery store and res Decattir b Collins and Calhoan. 
Howell C H, elk, Howell & Co, wholesale grocers, 4i Peachtree st, bds 

bds E P Howell's. 
Howell KTan P, atty, solicitor genl Atlanta drcoit, res Deoator b 

Collins & Calhoan. 
Howell Wm H, of Howell & Bro, bds at Mrs Hoyle's. 
Hoyle Miss Alverene, assistant, orphans free school, bds Mrs Hoyle's. 
Hoyle Jonas, res c Peters and Loyd. 
Hoyer J W, painter, res c Martin and Rawson. 
Hoyle Mrs M A, boarding house, Pryor b Houston and Wheat. 
Hoyle Walter, candy mkr, F E Block, Broad, bds c Hunter and Forsyth. 
Hoyle W E, transfer clerk, Ga R li depot, res n Pryor b Peachtree 

and Ivy. 
Hoyt Sc> J'ones, bankers and brokers, bank, block, 4 e Alabama st. 
Hoyt H O, of H (Ss Jones, bankers, etc, res Peachtree nr city limits. 
Hoyt D, iron foundry, res Marietta b Mills and Hunnicntt. 
Hoyt's Foundry and Machine Shop, c Foundry and R R track. 
Hoyt S H, atty at law, res w Harris b Orme and Hayden. 
HUDblird 1S¥ li, wh and retail grocer, 9 Marietta, res Calhoan b 

Decatur and Gilmer. 
Hnbner Chas li¥, associate editor True Georgian, res Calhoan n 

Medical College. 
Hadson B J, res Foundry b R R and Elliott. 
Hudson F M, elk, W S Withers, groceries, Marietta, bds J B Hudson's 

Lnckie. 
Hudson J B, moulder, mineral spring foundry, res Thurmond c Lnckie. 
Hudson Wm H, fireman, W A A R R, res Mangum, b Tharinond and 

Rock. 
Hudson W J, conrl actor, W & A R R, res R R opp'te freight depot b 

Forsyth and Spring. 
Hudson — , bds Mrs E Dawson's. 

HnestiS & Hope^ stoves and house-furnishing goods, 73 Whitehall. 
Huestis David, of H <fc Hope, bds L B Davis. 
Huff D, (col) barber at Kimball House, res Thompson. 
Huff Joe, (col) barber at Kimball House, res c Wheat and Ivy. 
Hngft Peter, res Mechanic b railroad and Elliott. 
Hughen S F, elk W C Hughen, res c Butler and Railroad. 
Hug^heii W C, grocer and com mer, Loyd b railroand and Dt-cntur. 
Hughens Seaborn, elk Pemberton, Taylor & Co, b^^.J H Hugheus. 
Hughes Chas, of Hughes & Son. 
Hui^hes Chas & l^on, boot and shoe makers, Pryor b Alabama 

and Hunter* 
Hughey H H, elk Wm Rich <fc Co, res East Point Ghi. 
HunJert A, mechanic, res Davis c Rhodes. ' 
Holbert E. supt A & G R R, res Houston e of Jackson. 









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Fashionable Dress Maker, 

No. 67, UP STAIRS, WHITEHALL STREET, 
Orders respectfullj solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. 



Mas. Mi« r« 6>yifi^yt®e 

CORNER WHITEHALL AI^D HUNTER STREETS, 

ATLANTA, GA, 

KEEPS A OHOIOE LINE- OF 

ELEBiNT FEATHERS, FLOWERS, RIBBOHS 

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Halsejr Sl Tiff nor, attorneys at law, up stairs 15 Whitehall. 

Holsey W H, ot H & Tignor, res Taylor's hill. 

Hulsey £ J, farmer, res Collins b Houston and Wheat. 

Hulsey A J, law student, bds £ J Hulsey. 

Humphries N H, grocery store and res Peters opp Stephens. 

Humphries W H, boot and shoe maker Chas Hughes & Son, bds same. 

Humphry John, carpenter, res £mma back rolling milL 

Humphry Mat, (col) truckman Ga R R depot, res Marietta tU \ 

Humphry R A, res Victoria b Railroad and Gray. 

Humphry Wm, brick mas9n, res Emma back rolling milL 

Hunerkoff Mrs Rosina, res Collins b Ellis and Cain. 

HunerkofF Wm, elk, res Collins b Ellis and Cain. ' 

liont A Xi of Sinimons 6i H, Marietta st, res Foundry b RailrMd 

and Elliott. 
Hunt F S, elk Ga R R depot, bds Gardner House. 
Hunt N F, night watch at cemetery, res Hull b Simpson and w Baker, 
Hunt S B, oik John Henderson, 1 1 Peachtree, bds Mrs £ Johnson. 
Hunt Rev Wra H, bds Mrs Johnson. 
Huniilcatt Sk. Belllngrath, stoves, tin ware, gas fitting and 

plumbing, 9 Marietta 8t. ^ . 

Hunnicutt C W, of H 6i Bellingrath, Q'^Marietta st, res c Hnnniontt 

and Peachtree. * 

Hunnicutt G W, baggage master W & A R R, bds E T Hunnicutt. 
Hunnicutt E T, elk Hunnicutt 6e Bellingrath, res June Forsyth and 

WhitehaU. 
Hunnicutt Jas M, res Decatur b Ivy and Collins. 
Hunnicutt J C|photographer, bds John Snow. 
Hunter B T, prot in Oglethorpe College, bds Mrs L B Davis. 
Huntley Thos, machinist Hunnicutt 6i Bellingrath, bds E A Masters. 
Hantinf^ton Dr Heiiry, dentist, up stairs 2d Whitehall. 
Hurst Green, (col) blacksmith J J Ford, res c Pryor and Garnett. 
Hussey Jno, b k Lee Smith's saloon, bds Kimball House. 
Hurt J W, artist, res Peters. 

Hutohins 6 J, elk Eddleman <& Brown, res Luckie nr luno w Cain. 
Hutohins R B, policeman, res Nelson b Trebursey and Race Track. 
Hatchins W D, (col) hair dressing and barber shop, c Broad and 

Marietta, under McMillan 6i Snow. 
Hutchison James, shoe maker, bds T S Hutchison. 
Hutchison John, fireman, Ga R R, res Packard's alley. 
Hntcherson Joshuai (col) blacksmith shop, Peters st, res same. 
Hutchison J T, fireman, A <fc W Pt R R, b<ls T S Hutchison's. 
Hutchison L A, fireman, Ga R R, bds Jno W Bennett's. 
Hutchison L B, shoe miker, bds T S Hutchison's. ' 

Hutchinson, Mrs S P, book agt, res o Crew, Fair and Peters. 
Hutchison T S, laborer at cemetery, res Fair b Terry and Martin. 
Hutchinson W T, adjuster of sew'n^ machines, Carter Bros,^'teiaiiagers. 
Huwald ft Oantti ^ <uid sign pamters, ofiSce, c Broad and Hunter. 
Huwald G A, of H & Gant, painters, res PeachtrM c Hunnicutt. 



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HANLETTEr's ATLANTA CITY DIRKCTOBT. 



MARCUS A. BELL, 0. C. HAMMOCK. ROBT. CRAWFORD 

Attorney at Uw. * Book-Keeper and Aa't 

Atluta Beal Bstnte Ageuy. 

BELL & HAMMOCK, 

IIEA.L EST.A.TE'^a:p]:NrTa 

Will give Btrict attenion to Sel in|? and Rent! nf? Real Estate, Privately or at 
Auction, Conveyancing, Invesiigntin^ Titles to Real Estate, and 
/-.T^nr^T^ ^^ Securing and ('ollecting Claims. 
OFFICE : Next door to James' Bank, Whitehall Street. 



L. 8. elALMONS. 



DB. J. P. ALEXANDER. 



SALMONS & ALEXANDER, 

WUOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Hats, Gaps, Straw Goods, 

rtlRS AHO UMBRELLAS, 

4Q -Whitehall St., - > . -A^tlanta. Ga. 

PHILLIP THOKMAN", 

MANUFACTURER OF f 

GommoB and Pressed Brick, 

OFFICE No. 11, WEST ALABAMA ST., 



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Infirmary for the Blinds W A Hooten, prop'r, c Collins and Baker. 
Ingalls John, of Peraberton, Taylor <fc Co, bds Miss M J Green's. 
Ingrahara Dr E P, of Love & 1, res and office, Peachtree, b Walton 

and Grnbb. 
Tnniftn S W & S6n« cotton buyers, up stairs, 64 Whitehall st. 
Inmau S W, of S W I <fc Son, res Tennessee. 
Inman S M, of S W I A Son, res Forsyth b Mitchell and Peters. 
Inmau Walker, res Thompson, b Mitchell and Peters. 

Intelligencer Office? 20 Whitehall st, up stairs. 

Irtternal He venue Office, capitol building. 

Irby D J, carpenter, res Mangum, b Hock and Simpson. 

Irwin W J, district atty, 86th senatorial dist, office Brown's building. 

Broad st, bds Mrs E E Merrill's. 
Irwin Col R, farmer, Peters st, w End. 
Irwin Mrs E C, res Forsyth, b Garnett and Peters. 
Ischenbaoh F H, blacksmith, res Mangum, b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Iseman Jacob, brick mason, res Hayden b w Baker and w Harris. 
Ishams John, school for boys, c Crew and Jones, res Fair and Crew. 
Ivy M J, atty ai law, office up stairs, 17 Decatur, res n Pryor, boards 

Mrs Hoyle's. 
Ivy B S, moulder, res Mills b Luckie and Venable. 
Ivy's School Mrs Mary L, Moore b Decatur and Filmore, res same. 
Izler B W, of Jackson <fc Izler, livery stoble, Pryor b Alabama and 
.Hunter. 

Jack F M, res c Hunter and Forsyth. 

Jack O W» wholesale and retail confectionery, etc, 31 Whitehall, res 

Whiteh ill nr Forsyth. 
Jack W F, oik, G W Jack, bds F M Jack's. 
Jackson & Izleri livery and feale stables, Pryor b Alabama and 

Hunter, 
Jackson Allen, tailor, Jerry Lynch, res McDonough b Butler & Hunter. 
Jackson A J, of J H Izler, livery and sale stable, Pryor b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Jackson Boney, elk, A J Haralson, 58 Peachtree, c Grubb. 
Jackson & Bro, attys at law, office Brown's building. Broad st. 
Jackson Caleb painter, res Jones st. 
Jackson Capt Henry, attorney, of J «fc Bro, rep Qfk legislaturp, res 

Rawson b Cooper and Windsor. 
Jackson How.ll, of J & Bro, atty, bds Henry Jackson's. 
Jackson J G, machinist, bds H L Tant's. 
Jackson J W, frt agt, bds Gardner House, Forsyth st. 
Jackson Mrs M J, res c Gilmer and Ivy. 
Jackson Robt, elk, Moore & Moore, bds W C Moore's. 



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FAY & COKPUT, , 

ARGBITEGTS AND GIVZL ENGINEEHS, 

OFFICE UP STAIRS GR AOTTE BLOCK, 



No. 1, N Broad St., 



Atlanta, Oa. 



J. E. GULLATT'S, 

ATLANTA BRASS AND BELL FOUNDRI, 

CORNER DECATUR AND BUTLER STS., 



— All kinds of Braw, Bftbbit and anti-friction Metal Casting made at short 
not ce and re wona' le rates. ORDERS SOLICITED. 

Address J. E. GULL ATT, 

Atlanta, Ga. 




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Jackson R E, elk, Chamberlain, Boynton & Co, bds E P Chandler's. 

Jackson T C, cotton trader, rea Pry or c Fulton. 

Jackson W B, carpenter, res Peachtree nr Pine. 

Jacobe S, family groceries and dry goods, 46 Peachtree, res Marietta 
b Bartow and Foun-Iry. 

Jacobs A T, res Mangum b Thurmond and Rock. 

James' Bank^ c Whitthall and Alabama. • 

James Francis, of Dillasliaw <fe J, cor Marietta and Peachtree, bdt at 
restaurant. 

James Jno T, printer, Franklin printing house, bds J H Barrett's. 

James J Hi banker and broker, 17 Whitehall o Alabama, res Peach- 
tree o Cain. 

Jamison J B, of Rose & Co, bds E L Caldwell's. 

Janes Prof Wm, of Atlanta high school, res Cain b Ivy and Collins. 

Jaladean Andrew, plasterer, bds P Berron's. 

Jarard John, rock mason, res Collins opposite Jenkins. 

Jarrett J, carpenter, res Thurmond b Davis and Vine. 

Jenkins F M, carpenter, res Peachtree nr Pine. 

Jenkins G W, boot and shoe mkr, 61 Peachtree; up stairs res n avenue. 

Jenkio^ John, elk, res north avenue. 

Jenkins J J, carpenter, res Plum nr Hunnicutt. 

.Jenkins John S, carpenter, res Mitchell b Davis an<} Haynes. ' 

Jenkins R H, carpenter, res Plum nr Pine. 

Jennings Wm. assessoi 4th dist, office No 3, capitol building, res c 
Jackjsoh and Rice. 

Jent2S0n John Hi proprietor bar room, n Alabama st, res Peters nr 

Stephens. *> 

Jerni^an A C, carpenter. Spring c Walton and Luckie. 

Jernigan W H, carpenter, res Sprin*? b Walton and Luckie. 

Jett John L, elk, Fowler & Webb, bds Brice Webb's. 

Jinks A T, boot and shoe maker, M Gaines, res c Luckie and Foundry. 

Jinks Geo, apprentice, Purter & Butler's, bds J H Snipes. 

Johns G W, plasterer, res Martin nr Fair. 

Johnson A C, res Calhoun b E lis and Cain. 

Johnson A W, (col) shoo and boot mkr, bds Solomon Johnson's. 

Johnson B R, carriage maker, A T Finney, Broad, r^ c Alabama and 
Fors> th. ^ 

_ Johnson C A, machinist, Porter <fc Butler's, bds Mrs Brown's. 

(Johnson C W, res Hunter b Terry and Martin. 
-P Johnson C W Mrs, boarding house. Hunter b Terry and Martin. 
^ Johnson Mrs Eliza, boarding house, o Forsyth and Mitchell. 

Johnson Ganoway, lather, res McDonough b Crumly and Richardson. 

Johnson Henry, res Thurmond b Davis and Foundry. 

Johnson H S, of Chamberiin, B ynton & C.>, bds Mrs Cozart's. 

Johnson Hickson, shoe mkr, Decatur b Mi>ore and Bell, res same. 

Johnson J A, carpenter, res Luckie b Alexandt;r and Mills. 

Johnson Jacob, butcher, o Ivy and north avenue. 

Johnston Jake, cook. Pease restaurant, 2 Alabama st, res same. 

Johnson James L, saddler, res Nelson b Mangum and Haynes. 

Johnson Jam3S B W, clk, execVe dt partment, res Walton c Cone. 

Johnson J J, student Oglethorpe university, bds Rev Dr J S Wilson's 



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WAREHOUSE AND C0HII8SI0R HERGHANT, 

Office and Sales Room No. 1 8 East Alabama St. 

Warehouse Cor. Bartow Street & W. & A. B. S. 



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IKVSTlFICTORUTIEXSMlXUFICTIRIItCO. 

EAGLE & PHCENIX MANUFACTURING CO. 

LIME CEMENT PIL..A.STER. 

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BACON, GRAIN, FLOUR, -&C. 

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J. M. Holbrook 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALER IN 
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FUR AND WOOL HATS, 

Ladi89' and Mlaaea' Bata* 

Trunks, Valiaea. UmbreUaa 
AJBTD CAITES. 

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Cooper and Rawson. 
Johnson J M, res R R, c Thurmond. 

Johnson James, lather, res McDonouj^h b Crumley and Richardson. 
Johnson Dr J T, physician, office up stairs, 65 Whitehall st, bds Mrs 

Chisolm's. 
Johnson J W, machinist, Porter <fc Butler's, bds Mrs M C Brown's. 
Johnson John, res McDonough b Crumly and Richardson. 
Johnson M J, res Thurmond b Elliott and Mangum. 
Johnston Mark, teacher. West End academy, res Gordon st, w Enq. 
Johnson Mark W» agricultural de})ot, s Broad st, bds Cannon house. 
Johnson Malindia, res McDonough b Crumly and Richardson. 
Johnson Mrs Margaret, res Pryor b Garnett and Fair. 
Johnson Mrs Mary B, res Lee st, w End. 

Johnson Polk, machinist, Ga R R, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R. 
Johnson Robt, letter mailing elk, po office, res c Houston and CalJioun. 
Johnson Rev B A, justice of tue peace, office Bell tmildg, op stairs, 

c Marietta and Broad, res Plum nr Marietta. 
Johnson R J, of Cannon & J, res Whitehall nr w End. 
Johnson Mrs Sallie, res Peters b R R and Booth's ally. 
Johnson Solomon, (col) blacksmith, res w Baker nr c Peachtree. 
Johnston S R, messenger executive department; bds J R W Johnson's 
Johnson Z A, firm C & J, res Hunter b Mitchell and Pryor. 
Johns<m T F, watchman, W & A R U shop, res Elliott b Hunter and 

Rhodes. 
Johnson W A, elk, Talley and Sisson, b Is W A Mitchell. 
Johnson W B, book k, Mrs M J Johnson, res Hunter b Whitehall and 

Pryor. 
Johnson W Ci record elk, Ga R R depot, residence c Ivy and Wheat. 
Johnson Wm, plasterer, res Luckie nr Pine. 
Johnson Zack, elk, Dewald «& Wellhouse, commission merchants, res 

Whitehall nr Barracks. / 

Joiner H, butcher, res Peachtree c Luckie. 
Joiner R W, res Young nr Foster. 

Joiner W R, elk. Peck, DeSaulles <fe Co, bds R V^ Joiner's. 
Jones B F, mechanic, bds A P Rollinn. 
Jones Chas, wks phoenix mill, bds Jas McClellan's. . 
Jones Chas A, carpenter, res opp W <& A R R shop, c Rhodes st. 
Jones Mrs C F, res Decatur b Collins and Cain. 
Jones Darwin G, of Hoyt & J, bankers, bank block, Alabama, bds 

Mrs E E Merrill's. 
Jones Edward, elk in store, bds Mrs Fitzpatrick's. 
Jones E L, cashier Ga National bank, res Oak b Peachtree and Ivy. 
Jones Henry H, elk, Stokes <fc Bro, res Decatur b ColUns and Calhoun. 
Jones H T, engros'r, office over Bohnefefd's, r^s b Garnett <fc Branch al. 
Jones H W, res Thompson nr Branch alley. 
Jones Rev Dr J, missionary, res llunter b Terry and King. 
Jones J G, cutter, Mrs J H PurteU, 7 Peachtree, bds National hotel. 
Jones J H, elk, A Murphy, lumber yard, bds A P Rollins. 
Jones John, res Gordon st, w End. 
Jones J P, blacksmith, bds James Mann's. 



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Jones J T, carpeDter, c Martin and Rawson. 

Jones L C, elk, W <fc A R R, bds Mrs Colberts. 

Jones Miss Nancy, seamstress, res Pcachtree b Cedar and Pine. 

Jones H & Co> ^^ ^^^d livery stables, w s Loyd b Alabama and 

Hunter. 
Jones O H, of O H J A Co, w s Loyd, res c Hunter and Loyd. 
Jones Otis, firm Pendleton J So Co, bdn Judge D F Hammond's. 
Jones PauL wholesale dealer, imported bran<l!es, whiskies, etc. Broad 

b Hunter and Alabama, res Peachtree. 
.Tones Russell, boot mkr Flipper, Decatur, bds John Green's, Wheat. 
Jones S H, carpenter, res Forsyth b Alabama and Hunter. 
Jones Thos, carpenter, res opp W & A R R shop, c Rhodes st. 
Jones Thos M, res Maugum b Rock and Simpson. 
Jones T E, carpenter^ res Fair b Frasier and McDonough. 
Jones W A, elk, W H Brotherton, 100 Whitehall, bds Mrs Osborn's 
Jones W A, grocery And res, June of Larkins and Green's ferry road. 
Jones William, painter, Huwald & Gantt, res Stone mountam. 
Jones Wm, plumber, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath. 
Jones W L, clerk, Allen's lumber yai d. 

Junes W R, printer, Era office, res Nelson b Mangum and Haynes. 
Joplett Milton, umbrella mender, res cor Martin and Rawson. 
Jordan Alex, of J Howard & Harralson, bds American hotel. 
Jordan Chas, res Mangum b Thurmond and Rock. 
Jordan C W, car shop, W <fc A li R, res Hunter c Thompson. 

Jordan^ Howard & Harralsonf tobacco com mer, 83 Whitehall st, 

Jordan ft T, elk, Pemberton, Taylor & Co, bds T Grimms. 

Jordan Thos, drayman, res Cain b Collins and Cain. 

Jordan Warren, elk, W B Lowe <fc Co, bds Dr W F Westmoreland's. 

Jordan Wm, laborer, Decatur opp Young. 

Jordan Wm H, ngent skating rink, res w Harris b Onne and Hayden. 

Jordan Mrn, res Mangum b Thurmond and Rock. 

Joy A J, carriage maker, McBride & Smith, bds Mrs M J Jackson's. 

Joy John, res Mangum c Rhodes. 

Judson D N, marble dealer, c Peachtree, res Gamett, b Whitehall and 
Forsyth. 

.Tudson J C, printer, res w Cain' b Williams and Spring. 

Judson Dr Wm N, city physician, office Decatar c Collins, res Cal- 
houn nr Jenkhis. 



Kane B, family grocery, Decatur b Cilhoun and Butler, res same. 

Kane Mike, painter, bds Mrs Mont^eith's. 

Kappell B F, printer, bds Mrs Rollins. 

Karwisch Ben, baker, H Karwisch, bds same. 

Karwisch H? baker and saloon, cor Decatur and Collins, res same. 

Karr & Webb, faaiily grocer, Peachtree June Oak. 

Karr J A, of K <!^ Webb, grocers, Peachtree, res Powers b Spring and 

Williams. : 
Kaufman D, elk, Jacob Elsas Ss Co, bds Jacob Elsas. 
Keen Wm R,^ marble catter, bds at John Boutell's. 



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Keiroher A, boot and shoe mkr, up stairs ovi r so p< conap'y, res same. 
Keith Charles, London store, 33 Peachlree st bds Campbell house. 
Keith J L, book keeper, res Campbell Houscv c Decatur and Ivy. 
Kellam D S, b k. so life ins co, res Garneit b Forsjtb and Thompson. 
Keller G W, silver plater, up stairs, 65 Whitehall^ bds Mrs Birry's, 

Decatur. 4" j 

Kelley Benj, watch repairer, 16 Peachtree, bds Kick^ house. 
Kelley B G, propr feed and sale stable, cor Alal>ama and Forsyth, res 

Decatur, Gra. y, j 

Kelly D P, dk, stables, c Alabama and Forsyth, bdd B G Kelly's. 
Kelly Daniel, black smith, W <fc A R R shop, bds Mrs M A Watts. 
Kelley Frank, elk, Thomas Kelly, 66 Peachtree st. > 
Kelley Jas O, carpenter, Ga K R, res c Terry and Hunter. 
Kelly John, wks Rolling mill, res Victoria, b U K and Gray. 
Kelly Michael, res cor Decatur and Moore. 
Kelly Mike, wks Rolling mill, res Victoria b R R Gray. 
Kelly Thomas, leather store, 66 Peachtree, res Decatur, Ga. 
Kel86y JoeL finisher, Ga R R shop, res King b Fair and Jones. 
Keltner & Kakestraw* boot and shoe makers, 117 Whitehall st. 
Keltner Daniel, carpenter, res Peters c Thompson. 
Keltner D W, res Davis b Magazine and Fouiwfrv. 
Keltner H C, mechanic, res Magazine b Ilayncs and D »vis. 
Keltner Thos W, carpenter, res Maga/Zme c ll^ynes. 
Keltner W, of K <fe Kakestraw, res Magazine b Haynes and D.ivis. 
Kelton Peter, elk. Miller is Lyon, beef mkt, 77 Peachtree, res country. 
Kendrick S S ft SoUt dealers in carpets, oil cloths, window shades, 



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Kendrick S S, of K <fc Son, res Washington nr Peters. ^ 

Kendrick Jno R, of K <!; Son, bds S S Kendrick*s, Washington st. 
Kendrick E S, b k, S S K & Son, bds S S Kendrick»s. \^ 

Kendrick David P, policeman, res Foundry b Davis and Vine. f% ' 
Kendrick John C, eng, capitol building, res Foundry b Davis ana Vine. 
Kennedy F A, painter, bds G W Kennedy's. 
Kennedy T H, b k. Concord woolen mills, office 21 Marietta st. 
Kennedy G W, architect, c Butler and Ga R R. 
Kennedy J G, eng, W & A R R, res Powers c Spring, 
Kennedy J H, fireman, A A W Pt R R, bds G W Kt nhedy's. 
Kennedy Simon, watch oian, A <fe W Pt R R, res Loyd st. 
Kennedy Mrs Emily, res Davis b Rhodes and Magazine. 
Kennedy James, machinist, res Davis b Rhodes and Magazine. 
Kennedy & Co Mrs J, dress makers, 70 Whitehall st. 
Kennedy Mrs Jennie, of Mrs J K <fe Co, res cor McDonough b Fulton 

and Clark. 

Kennedy Dr J W, dentist, cor Washington and Richardson. 
Kennedy Saml, watchman, A & W'Pt depot, res Pulliam b Fair and 

Jones. 
Kennedy W A, Vt and shoe mkr, Decatur b Moore and Bell, res same. 
Kennesaw MUIB) J H Ketner, agt, office c W A A R R and Forsyth. 



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Kennon Aldus printer, New Era office, res Spring b Walton and 
Luckie, bds Mrs Gort's. 

Kent J M, Hunter St, bds J Kent's. 

Kent Josiah, res Dairy nr Luckie. 

Kent W R, painter, res Rock b Mangum abd Hayues. 

Kenny Mrs M E, res Haynea b Hunter and Rhodes. 

Kenny P J, book keeper, Chicago ale depot, bds Mrn Kenny's. 

Kerney Edward, plasterer, res Hull b Simpson and w Baker. 

Kerr John L, carpenter, res Stephens st. 

Kerr John L, machinist, res Alexander b Oime and Loveioy 

Kerr John, carpenter, bds R W McCown's. "^V 

Kershaw James, machinist, bds Jno Kershaw's. 

Kerbhaw John sr, machinist, W <fc A R R shop, res Hunter near cor 

McDonough. 
Kershaw John jr, machinist, W A A R R shop, bds John Ker«haw sr 
Kershaw Wm, mechanic, W & A R R shop, res Decatur b Calhoun 

and Butler. 

Eetchuin Eev S 0, res cor McDonough and Rawson. 
Ketchum C C, bds H A Fuller's. * 

Eetner J Hi agt Kennesaw flour mills, c Forsyth and W <& A R R 
bds Kimball house. ' 

Keys W S, merchant, Peachtree, res c McDonough and Rawson. 

Kicklighter C J, butter, eggs and poultry dealer, 80 Whiiehall st 
bds James Caldwell's.. ' 

Kicklighter Fred, policeman, res Stephens b Racetrack and Walker. 
Kicklighter Spencer, clerk, Moore & Marsh, res Stephens b Racetrack 
and Walker. 

Kidd Wm, of M Lynch & Co, bds National hotel. 

Kilborn A S, elk, HA Agricola, b.iker, bds Rosser's saloon, Decatur st. 

Kilby James, policeman, bds W'J Kilby's. 

Kilby W J, tailor, res Crew b Rawson and Jones. 

Kile & Co» grocer and commission merchant, 22 Peachtree st. 

Kile J C, of M E Dorsett <fc Co, bds Castleberry's hill. 

Kile Thos, of K A Co, Kile's corner, res c Pryor and Houston. 

Kile Mrs C L, res Calhoun b Jenkins and Wheat. 

Kile Wm, family grocery, c Peters and Barracks, res Barracks. 

Kiley Jno, miller, Atlanta mills, bds c Forsyth and Huhter. 

Killian Chas H, cashier, Ga R R depot, res Calhoun st, bds Mrs S E 

Bomar's. ' 
Kilmer Albert, bridge builder, bds W S H«bbards. 
Kimball H I House, S £ Crittenden <fc R A McComb, proprietors, 

cor R R and Ivy and Decatur and Ivy. 
Kimball House Barber Shop, W B Moses, proprietor. 
KimbaU H I & Co* Kimball house, R R Avenue. /* 

KimbaU H I, president B <fc A R R, office H I Kimball house, res 

junction Peachtree and Oak. 

KimbaU E N, superintendant Pulman, Kimball <fc Ramsey sleeping 
car company, office H I Kimball & Co, bds H I Kimball house. 

KimbaU J C, superintendant hotel building, bds H I Kimball house. 

Kimbro Jno W, propr turf exchange, 6 Decatur, res Decatur b Col- 
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Eimbro Mrs M, res Decatur b Calboun and Collins. 

Kimbro R P S & Co» manuf'rs and joVrs in clothincf, 9 Decatur 8«. 

Kiuibro R P 8, of R P S <fe Co, manafacturers and jobbers in i'Iothin<r- 

9 Decatur st, bds A Leyden's. 

Kimbro Dr R, dry good8,^ds Miss M J Green*sl 

Kimbro W T, elk, tnrf ezokange, 6 Decatur st, bds Jno W Kiinbru's. 

Kimsey — , elk, Fleishel <fe Bro, bds Calboun hon^e. 

Kindly Fred, baker, res Peters b Stephens and Walker. 

King K S, res Racetrack, b Trebursey and H.iynes. 

King Geo, grocery store, 1 08 Whitehall st, res same. 

King Jaitles A. wks Huniicutt <fe Bellingrath, bdn Campbell house. 

King John H, carpenter, res junction College and Fopter. 

King Mrs L A, boarding bouse, Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 

King L C, bds B S King's. 

King Thos G, carpenter, res junction Colleg^e and Foster. 

King W A, bi akeman, VV & A R R, bds B S King's. 

Kirby M, foreman, M O Markham. 

Kirklin Wm, family grocery, Decatur b Packard's al <fc Fort, res same. 

Kirkpatrick H A, res Washington b Jones and Ra^v'8ou. 

Kirkpatrick Jno C, of Thos M Clark <fc Co, res Houston b Ivy and 
Collins. , 

Eiser M C & J F^ dry goods, boots, shoes, hats, etc, 76 Whitehall st. 

Kiser J F, of M C & J F Kiser, bds American hotel. 

Kiser, M C, of M C <fc J F K, res Calhoun b HouHlon and Ellis. 

Kissell H, tailor, W B Lowe & Co, res Hunter b Terry and King. 

Klaitz Wm, elk, Beerman &, Kuhrt, res Garnett nr Forsyth. 

Klassctt Andrew, of Eisenhut & K, res c Nelson and Walker. 

Klasset John, apprentice, Hanleiter's bindery, bds l\ Klasset's. 

Kleinert G, saloon, 35 Decatur, res Whitehall nr Smith 

Kline's Dr, Branch cancer institute, office Stubblefield house. * ^ 

Klineberger H I, elk, M Rich <fc Co, bds Wm Titlebaum's. 

Klotz John P, bar keeper, E Fetchter, S5 Wliitehall st, bds same. 

Knapp R P, b k, Wra McNaught & Co, bds W F Stokes. 

Knight Joseph, wks Rolling mill, res Rolling mill lot. 

Knight Jos, blacksmith, Ga R R, res Mrs Trisilian. 

Knight Mrs C C, bds J Daniels. 

Knowles W K, book keeper, John Peels, res Railroad st. 

Xnox W Gi millinery and fancy goods, 26^ Whitehall, res c Washing- 
ton and Rawson. 

Kontz H, res Mitchell b Elliott and Mangum. 

Kramer Dr S R, druggist, res Cone b Grubb and Walton. 

Kratz Chas, porter, Cohen <fc Co, bds Peter Berron's. . 

Kreis M* meat market o Decatur and Pryor, res MitcheD b Loyd and 
Pryor. 

Kreis Jacob, with M Kreis, c Loyd and Decatur, res country. 

Kreis Geo W, of Steadman <fc K, res Fors\ th. 

Kreuson H T, engineer, res Mechanics b R R and Elliott. 

Kroir Frederick Sr, cabinet mkr, Decatur b Young <fc Packard's al. 

Kiog Frederick jr, machiuist, A <fc W Ft R R, bds with F Krog, sr. 

Krog Wm, machinist, W <fc A R R, bds with Krog, sr. 

Krous Harry, of Peck, DeSaulles &, Co, bds Willis Peck's. 



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Kuhn & Smith* pbotOLTaphers, up stairs, 27 Whitehall st. 
Kuhn F, of K <fc Smith, res McDonough nr Rawson and (Jlark. 
Kuhn Wra, artist, Whitehall, res Nelaon b R R and Walker. 
Kuhn A J, res cor Magazine and Elliott. 
Kuhrt Henry G, of Beerman <fe K, res Fair junc Whitehall. 
Kummel A, carpenter, res Peachtree b Mills and Hiinnicutt. 
Kyles Harry, blacksmith, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 



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Lacy Henry, bds Mrs Mary Garrett. 

Ladd A C & Co, coal and lime merchants, c Forsyth and W ds A 
Railroad. 

Ladd A C, of Ladd <k Co, res Whitehall b Windsor and Smith. 

Ladies' Memorial Associati> tns, see associations. 

Ladies' Relief Society, see societies. 

Laird Wm & Co, grocery, Whitehall c Garnett. 

Laird Wra, of Thompson, Bro & Co, bds P P Pease. 

Lambert A, gardener, sample rooms, c Broad and Alabama, garden and 

res nr city cemetery. 
Lambert J W, brakeman W & A R R, res Stonewall b Race Track 

and Hiph. 
Land Prof W J, chemist Pemberton, Taylor A Co, bds Mrs Hoyle. 
Landes S, pattern maker Porter & Butler, res nr rolling mill. 
London Store, Grant building. Marietta st c Broad. 
Landrum J N <k Co, groceries, 71 Peachtree. 
Landrum J N, of Landrum & Co, res Church b Ellis and Cain. 
Landrum S H, of Landrum A Co, res Harris b Williams and Orme. 
Landrum Mrs S M, res w Harris b Williams and Orme. 
Landsberg A* lumber yard c Loyd and Railroad, bds H I Kimball 

House. 
Lane B* proprietor Lane's art gallery, upstairs 12 e Alabama, bds 

American HoteL 
Lane Chas, of Cooper & L. bds Mrs A J Branham. 
Lane Mrs E, res with Mrs L Beauchamp. 

Langesser K, of Eichberg <fc L, plumbers, res Whitehall c McDaniel. 
Langford L B* stoves, tin ware and bouse furnishing goods. No 81 

Whitehall, bds P K Wilson. . ^ 

Langley J B, policeman, bds Mrs Monteith. ^ : . . * 

Langon John, machinist Peck's mill, bds Jno Reordeau. 
Langston & Bellenger) family groceries. Ivy nr Cedar. 
Langston J N, of L <fc B, familf groceries, Ivy nr Cedir, res same. 
Langston Thos L, of Williams L & Crane 12 ifc 14 Alabama, res c Pry or 

and Wheat. 
Langston David B, elk Williams, L <fc Crane, 12 and 14 Alabama, bds 

Pryor and Wheat. 
Lan^pton J B, elk R P Tatem, res Magazine b W & A R R shop and 

Elliott. 
Langston James, carpenter, res Ivy nr Cedar. 
Langston Wm J, eng rolling mill, res LaFayette, nr rolling milL 



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Lanier L R, oik W G Bell <fc Co, res c Race Track <S{ Trebursey. 
Lanier W P, res Thompson h Mitchell and Peterg. 
Lanier W S, trainband A <fc W Pt R R. 

Lansdell W A, wholesale and retail druggist, 27 Whitehall, res Crew c 
Fulton. 

r^ansdown E C, printer Constitution office, bds Ficken House. 
Laston Mrs Jane, res Alexander b Orme and Lovejoy. 
Latimer Chas, res c Washington and Fair. 

Latimer G T, watchman phoenix planinnr mill, bds Mrs Monteitb. 
Lattiroer Heurv, (col) haokman stables Pryor st, bds same. 
Langhmiller W C, drug liouse Collins opp Jenkins. 
Laur D, of Pi ett} fielder ife L, bds M Freidmao. 
Lauten A, cabinet shop 122 Whitehall, res same. 
Laux James, elk H I Kimball & Co, bds B F Moore. 
Lavender E S, painter Huwald & Gantt, res North ave nr Fort. 
Law Dr J H, office up stairs Powell block Peachtree. 
Law F G, elk McBride <fe Co, 26 and 27 Marietta st c Broad, bds E L 
Caldwell. 

Law J H, dk McBride <fe Co, 25 and 27 Marietta st c Broad, bds E L 

CaldweU. 
Law Henry D, of A J McBride <fc Co, res Newark N J. 
La whom R E, elk J H Ketner agt, bds Mrs Overby. 
Lawless Mrs E, res Luckie b Alexander and Mills. 
Lawshe ft HayneSi watches, jewelry, silver ware, Ac, 60 Whitehall. 
Lawshe Er, of L &i Uaynen, res Peachtree b Cain and Harris, 
Lawshe James, bakery and confectionery, c s Broad and w Mitchell, 

bds .same. 
LaWBhe W C» res junc Houston and Irwin. 
Lawbhe Mrs Eliza, res Green Ferry road opp barracks. 
Lawrence Clark, boot and shoe maker Chas Hughes Ss Son, bds same. 
Laynea D, (col) b.-u-ber at Kimball House, res Houston. 
Lazarus A, of Pemberton, Taylor & Co., druggists, bds Miss M J 

Green. 

Lazarus Harry, oik E Block, res Cone c James. 

Leach Thos, carpenter, res Williams c Powers. 

Leak H F, elk Chapman «fe Tally, res Thompson b Mitchell and Peters. 

Leak James, printer W S Speirs & Co, res up stairs 116 Whitehall. 

Leak Geo W, oik Peck, DeSaulIes A Co, bds — Spencer, Pryor. 

Leak James T, pressman Constitution office, bds M N Holland. 

Leak W C, bar tender Horse Shoe saloon, Alabama. 

Leak Wm, printer Constitution office, res up stairs 114 WhitehaU. 

Leake Jas F, (col) porter Atlanta national bank, res Fair. 

LeatherWood, Wm M, elk O'Connor Sd Reese, res Sprinfr b w Baker 

and w Harris. ^ 

Lee Alonzo, carpenter, res Rock b Elliott and Mangom. 
Lee A W C, helper Hunnicutt <fc Bellingrath, res — — . 
Lee Barney D, superiatendeni Newman & Fain, res Moore b Decatur 

and Filmore. 
Lee Mrs Elizabeth, res Ruck b Elliott and Man^um. 
Lee Frank, blacksmith W <fe A R R shop, res McDonough b Jones and 

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Lee James carpenter, r^s Davis c Tliurmond. 

Lee Rev J W, res Pnllian b Clark and Rawson. 

Lee Miss Julia, res c Hunter and Broad. 

Lee Wm, (col) porter American Hotel, res same. 

Leftwich Rev J T, pastor Central Presbyterian Church, res Mc- 
Donough b liawson and Clark. 

Lemmon M L, painter McBride ds Smith, res 4th ward. 

Lemons Samuel, wood workman J J Ford, Frasier. 

Lemons N S H, painter, rea Packard's alley. 

Lemon J T,*res Elliott o Thurmond. 

Lenora T R, elk Faith and Morris, bds J F Faith. 

Leonard H C, teller James' bank, bds J H James. 

Leonard James, fireman W & A. RR, res Spring b Marietta and R R. 

Leonard P«>ter, fireman W <fe A R R, res Spring b Marietta and R R. 

Lester A; Thomson) attorneys at law, office Kimball House, entrance 
on Wall St. 

Lester A H, book agency, up stairs Whitehall, bds restaurant. 

Lester J S, boots and shoes, 19 Whitehall, bds A F Harris. 

Lester S, grocer, Peters, res Berry al b Thompson and R R. ' 

Lester Mrs S A, res Spring c Luckie. 

Lester W H, otk Talley & Sisson, bds Mrs S A Lester. 

Lester G N, odf L 6; Thomson, res Marietta Ga. 

Lester Sylvester, printer True Georgian office. 

Letzson G H, conductor M & L K R, res Markham, b Elliott and 
Mangum. 

Levi NoU meat market and res Peters b Stephens and Walker. 

Lewis D W) Seo'y State agricultural society, office capitol bid'g, For- 
syth st, res Hancock county. 

Lewis Major Jno S, bds Mrs Overby. 

Lewis H ft Co> wholesale manufacturers of crackers, s Forsyth nr 
Hunter 

Lewis H, of H L & Co^ cracker manufacturers, res Walton^c Fairlie. 

Leyden A, gon com mer, agt for domestics, wholesale dealer in gr<> 
caries ana produce, 18 Alabama, res w s Peachtree b Cnin &, Ellis. 

Leyden's storage and commission warehouKe, c Bartow and ii li. 

Liddell Jno B, dk Silvey, Dougherty &i Co, bds John Siivcy. 

Lieberman L, elk Wm Rich & Co, 3 Maiietta reb Thompson nr Piters. 

Light B B, brickmason, res Himter b Davin and Trebursev. 

Ligon B W, oik, res Windsor b Richardson aid Fulton. 

Ligon C T, ladies' delivery dk P O, bds D Litton. 

Ligon Daniel, dk Sallas & DuBose, bds J P Ligon. 

Ligon J P, res Windsor b Richardson and Fulton. 

Lin C B, salesman A C ife B F Wyly, 38 e Alabama, res s s Decatur 8t 

Lindley J F, b k dollar savings bank, 10 Peacbtree, bds Marietta, Ga* j 

Lines T D« uotary publio and ex officio jnntice of the peace, up stairs 
91 Whiteliall, re« « Whitehall and (Tarrr^tt. 

Link Dt J A, dentin, up stairs 28 Whif ehali, Ixit* P P Pea«e. 

Lipes M, contractor an;1 builder, res Calhoun b Decalur aad Gilmer. 

Little F L, res Bartow b lilarietta and R R. 

Little F M, grocery store, Peters b R R and Booth al, res Nelson b 
Haynes and Trebursey. 



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Little Jamee, house and sign paioter, next dbor c Loyd and Alabama, 
res Manetu and Cain. - ' 

Lively J B, job printed Constitution office, res Whitehall nr Fair 

Live y J D, elk Langston & Bellenger, bds J P Bellenjrer. 

Lively L B, printer Constitution office. 

Lively W, minister, res WhitehaU b Branch al and Fair 

^w'^Broad ""^ ^P®"''®'' ^ UwBey, proprietors Exchange bar Broad, 

Livor H M, elk J M & J C Alexander, res 45 Whitehall. 

Lloyd John T, local editor New Era. 

Lloyd John H, res Gilmer b Collins and Ivy. 

Loan A Building Asnoeiation, see associations. 

Loan <fc Trust Co Georgi;*, 5 w Alabama. 

Lochrane A, Chief Justice State of Gi, res Ivy lunc Oak 

Co^nr^'^^ Pemberton, Taylor & Co, res Houston bivy and 

Logac J L, merchant, res Houston b Ivy and Collins. 

Logan Dr J P, phynician, res McDonongh junc Butler. 

Logue Jno J, upholsterer, Whitehall, res Loyd opp Catholic Church 

Long Edward, res Rhodes opp W & A R R shop. 

Long John, machmist, res Simpson c Venable. 

Long Samuel, boot and shoe shop, Marietta st nr Cannon House, res 
up stairs 3 MariL-tta st. "^usc, re» 

J"?^f^^^I^ Robioson, planing mills, c Gilmer and Butler. 
Lonffley B F, of Longley & Robinson, res Butlor b Gihuer and Jen- 

T ^'k ^w' '^' ^^^ *fc A R R shop and Elliott, Magazine & Foundry 
Lother Wm, rock mason, res c Calhoun and Gilmer "unary. 

Lother Mr« Margaret W, res c Fair aLd Terry 

^""^ 'ffie^.^' ""^ ^""^^ * ^''•' "^""^ '^^''^^"- ^*^' ^^^^'^ ^ Hunter and 

Love & Ingrahm, practicing physicians, office Powell's Hall, Peach 
tree junc Broad. 

^**^K.5f <^ Abrams, of L & Ingrahm, Peachtree nr Grubb, res and 

home office o Marietta and Simpson. 
Love C B, elk W H Brotherton, bds Mrs Osborn. 
Love Joe L 4; Co, grocers and provision dealers, o Marietta and Simp- 

son 8v8. * 

Love SB, oik council, res Crew b Fair and Jones. 

Love J R asst elk council, res Crew b Fair and Jones. 

Love Robt, oik city hall, res Crew b Fair and Jones. 

Love Dock, (col) porter J R Simmons, 22 Alabama. 

Loveless J T, baihff for Johnson, office BeU building, c Marietta and 

Broad, res Foundry b Luckie and Walton 
Loveman David, ofFreid man <b L, res Peters *nr M <fc W R R 
Loveman D B of Wm Rich (k Co, res Peters nr M & W R R 

anViloyd. * ''''' "^^'^^ "^ ^^^^ """' Mitchell rPou,' 

Lowe T F, res Hunter b King and Bell. 
Lowe T J & Bro, family groceries, c Forsyth and Peters. 



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Lowe T J, of Lowe <& Bro, res Race Track. 

Lowe J S, of Lowe T J A Bro, res Race Track. 

Lowe S H, of Lowe <fc Bro, bds Mrs L Beauchamp. 

Lowe W B & Co» clothing and gente' furnishing goods, 44 White 
hall St. 

Lowe W B, of W B L 4f Co, res Peters nr Stephens. 
Lowe Wm, ol Chapman, Rucker & Co, res McDonough b Jones and 
Peters. 

Lowe Dr J H, res McDonough b Fair and Jones. 

Lowe M, merchant Marietta st, bds Wm McClelland. 

Lowers Felix, planter, res Marietta st, nr rolling mill. 

Lowndes Geo, cik Jordan, Howard <fc Haralson, bds W Mitchell. 

Lowndes John, painter, r^s Nelson b Haynes and Trebursey. 

Lowry W M & B J, bankers and brokers and gen com raers, 46 and 

48 e Alabama. 
Lowry Wm M, of W M <fc R J Lowry, grocers, com mer, &c, res 

Peachtree c Oak. 

Lowry R J, of Wm M <k R J, gen com mer, bankers, <fcc, res Wash- 
ington c Fulton. 

Lowry Jno G, elk W M A R J Lowry, bds Mrs Daniel. 

Lowry John, elk W M <fc R J Lowry, bds Mrs C Daniel. 

Loyall R J, elk Jno W Kimbro Turf Exchange, 6 De<jatur st, bds 
restaurant. 

Loyd B, bds Mrs Dr E D Withers. 

Loyd C B, bds Mrs Dr E D Withers. 

Loyless H M, cotton sampler C H Strong's wareliouse, res Decatur b 
Calhoun and Butler. 

Luck Jas H, elk Jno F Morris, bds same. 

Luckie E S, market gardener, res Ivy b Pine and Cox. 



U Luckie Mrs P F, res Ivy b Pine and Cox. 

S Luckie T H, bds Mrs P F Luckie. 

E Luckie W D, of O H Jones <fc Co, w s Loyd, bds Wm Rushton. 

Lumpkin Jessie, res Peters. 
O Lutz L, tailor, up stairs Whitehall. 

F Lynch H, wholesale dealer in rags and iron, ^f.iricttab Spring and Bar 
tow, res Decatur nr Calhoun. 

Lynch Hugh, stone mason, res Simpson nr Haynes. 

Lynch James, sr, grocers, &c, 41 Decatur st, res Glenn b Ivy and Col- 
lins BtS. 

Lynch James, jr, elk, bds P Lynch. 

Lynch Jerry, merchant tailor, 2 Whitehall, bds St James Hotel. 

Lynch & Co M> books and stationery 6 Whitehall. 

Lynch Michael, of M Lych & Co, book sellers res, Butler b Gilmer and 
Jenkins. 

Lynch 0, bk W & A R R, c Houston and Butler. 
Lynch PHirick. res (rilmer b Ivy and Collin«. ' 

Lynch Patrick, jr, stone cutter, res Poacliine b Harris and Baker. 
Lynch Peter, groceries, hardware, etc, 92 Wliiteball, res c Peter 

and Lovd. 
Lynch R J, ba»-ber, res c Foundiy and Luckie. 
Lynch Mrs R A, res Forsyth c Luckie. 



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Lynep T D, notary public and jastioe of the peace, office Whitehall, re- 
Whitehall b Garnett and Branch al. 
LyBn A Brady, furniture repairers, shop No 2 DeGive*8 opera house 

Marietta st. 
Lynn P H, of L <fc Brady, cabinet makers Marietta st, res c Butler and 

Gilmer. 
Lyon A O, of Miller & Lyon, beef market, 11 Peachtree. 
Lyons Jno, blacksmith A T Finney, Broad, res c Mitchell and Forsyth. 
Lyon W W, bds George Welch o Cain and Luckie. 
Lyon , elk P P Pease, sr, bds same. 

Maas S, oik H Cohen, bds same. 

Mabbett J M, res Whitehall b Humphries and R R. 

Mabin John, carpenter, bds Mrs Grsiy. ^ 

Mabra Milas, saloon Decatur st, res Ga R R b Terry st and al. 

Mackie Wnif ornamental painter, offioe 31 Whitehall, res Forsyth c 

Berry alley. 
M<i8key, blacksmith MoBride & Smith, bds Mrs O'NeiL 
Macon 6c Western Freight Depot* Mitchell b Thompson and 

Elliott. 

Macy Frank, painter Iliiwald & GantU res North Ave nr Barnwell. 

Maddon, watchman W & A R R shop, bds Mrs Embree. 

Maddox C K, attorney 17 Decatur st, res Filmore b Moore and Bell. 

Maddox J, laborer, res Marietta st, nr juno Walton. 

Maddox R F, oi Maddox. & Winter, 42 and 44 e Alabama, res c Peach- 
tree and Ellis. 

Maddox & Winter, wholesale dealers in tobacco, cigars and liquors, 

42 and 44 e Alabama. 

Maddox Wm, res R R nr rolling mill. 

Maffitt Mrs C A, res w Harris c Spring. 

Maffitt Walter, dk Redwine & Fox, bds Mrs Maffitt. 

Magar Joe, (ool) carriage diiver J H James, res Williams b w Cain and 
w Harris. 

Magbee M J, dk H A Fuller, res juno Whitehall and Forsyth. 

Maffill W Ji 8up^ agencies Cotton States Life Ins Co, offioe c Mari- 
etta and Broad, res 4 McDoUough and Fulton. 

Magill W P, b k W J Magill, bdK same. 

Maginn W J, carriage maker A T Finney, Broad, bds Mrs O'Neil. 

Maguire T P, warehouse oik P E McDaniel 4i Co, bds P P Pease. 

Maber M E, bar saloon. No 2 w Mitchell, res Mangum b Hunter and 
Rhodes. 

Mahobry, dry goods store Whitehall, res Forsyth b Branch alley and 
Garnett. ' 

Mahoney M« grocer and provuBion dealer, o Decatur and Calhoun, 

res Decatur nr c Calhoun. 
Maier John, of Dill & M, res Davis o Foundry. 
Maland Oliver, boot maker, with Flipper, Decatur st, bds flipper. 
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MaUord W J» gen'l ag't American life ins co, office up stairs, Powell 

block, Peachtree st. 
MHli)ne C F, elk M C At J F Kiser, bds Ca'ophell House. 
Mnlone Peter, res e Hunter b Washington and Loyd. 
Malone R B, elk revenue office, bds Mrs L M Payne. 
D Malone TX grocer and com mer. No 117 Whitehall, res Pryor near 
^ Garnett. 

Mangum C L, elk Silvey, Dougherty ds Co, Nos 3 ds 5 Decatur st, bds 

John Silvey. 
Mangum W C, conductor A & W Pt R R, res nr A & W Pt depot. 
Mangum W L, fireman A & W Pt R R, bds Mrs P HiU. 
Maning A M, eno: A 6e W Pt R R, res Calhoun b Decatur and Gilmer. 
Manley Martin, Decatur st opp Young. 
Manly W P, res Decatur opposite Young. 
Mann Chas J, copper smith, W & A R R shop, res Pryor b Hunter 

and Mitchell. 
Mann Mrs E, res Pryor b Hunter and Alabama. 
Mann James, elk. dry goods store, res cor Calhoun and Jenkins. 
Mann James, wood and blacksmith shop, Pryor, res Venable b Hun- 

nicutt and Pine. 
Mann J E, elk, John Ryan, res Calhoun nr College. 
Mann John, elk, John Ryan, res Collins nr Gilmer. 
Mann Mrs M J, mantua maker, up stairs, 40 Whitehall st. 
Mann Wm J, bar keeper, bds Mrs E Mann's. 
Manning A A, deputy clerk superior court, bds Dr H Marshall's. 
Manning Edward, works Rolling mill, bds Mrs M MarshalPs. 
Manning Jethro W, lawyer, office City Hall, bds Calhoun house. 
Mansell W H, elk, Silvey, Dougherty & Co, bds John Silvey's. 
Manson Thos, painter, Huwald & Gantt, bds E A Masters. 
Marion Miss J, res Whitehall b Peters and Garnett. 
Markham M O, shoe merchant, Whitehall res Oak nr junc Oak and Ivy. 
Markham Hon "Wm, res Washington b Richardson and Fulton. 
Martth E W, of Moore <fe Marsh, res cor Ivy and Cain. 
Marshall A G, general collectini^ agt, bds Campbell house. 
Marshall Dr E B, res Mills b Tenable and McAfee. 
Marshall Frank E, bar keeper, Kimball house. 
Marshall J^ Hi dentist, Whitehall, res Luckie c HunnicutU 
Marshall Mrs M, boarding house, Luckie c Hunnicutt. 
Marshall M C, elk, L Sconeld & Son, bds Mrs M Marshall's. 
Mart C J, carpenter, Tntwilers, c liOyd and Alabama, res Rawson b 

McDonough and Frasier. 

Martin D L, baggage master, W ^ A Jl R, res c Crew and Rawson. 
Martin Tt b k, Franklin steam printing house, 4 and 6 Broad st. 
Martin Edward, painter, Huwald & Gantt, bds Wm Bender'n, Hunter st. 
Martin G W, printer, (proof reader) Era office, res Packard's alley. 
Martin Henry, depty U S marshal, res Garnett c Thompson. 
Martin H C, bds A P Rollins. 

Martin James, carriage painter, res Decatnr b Calhoun and B^utler. 
Martin John, painter, res Sinopson, b Elliott and Mangum. 
Martin John «f , tinner, res c Crew and Rawson. 
Martin John S, elk, Grarrett A Bro, bds H R Cody's. 



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Martin Richard, painter, res Marietta nr Rolling milL 
Martin Robt, works Rolling mill, res Luckie b Alexander and Mills. 
Martin Sam, helper, J J Ford's, bds Thompson st. 
Martin Thos A, eng, A A W Pt R R, res c Crew and Rawson. 
Martin & Whitten, family grocers, c Peters and Thompson. 
Martm Wm, carpenter, res Thurmond b Marietta and Luckie. 
Martin Wm A, elk, Pemberton, Taylor <fc Co, res Harris b Ivy & Collins. 
Martin WmL, firm M A Whitten, res Walton b Foisyth and Fairlie. 
Masonic Hall) third fioor Grant's building, c Marietta and Broad, see 
Masonic directory. 

Mason John, painter, res Dent's alley bElUott and Maneum, Rock and 
Simpson. 

Mason Jas P, book-binder, 60 Whitehall st 
Mason Wm, bds John Mason's. 

Mason Mrs W R, groceiies and provisions, Gilmer b Collins and But- 
ler. res same. 

Massey Dr R J, insurance agt, res c Richardson and Windsor. 
Masters E A, painter, les Decatur b Butler and Pratt. 
Masters H T, elk, Sawtell <& Perkerson, bds John James. 
Matthews Col A B> grocery, Gordon c Lee, West End, res Gordon, 

Mansbach L, elk, M Sanimers, res Mitchell b Whitehall and Pryor. 
Maxwell G M, tinner, J Warlick, Thompson nr Branch alley. 
Maxwell Jas G, elk, B C Waddail <fe Co, bds L Maxwell's. 
Maxwell Louis, harness maker, res Garnett b Forayth and Thompson. 
May S S, of E Andrews & Co, bds Kimball house. 
Mayer & Friedenthal, dry goods and clothing, 64 J Whitehall st. 
Mayer L, of M & Friedenthal, bds M Friedman's. 
Mayer L C, elk, Eiseman <k Bro, res D Mayer's. 
Mays & Bros* family groceries. Marietta nr Bartow. 
Mays W H, of Mays <fc Bros, bds John Mays'. 
Mays W L, of M & Bros, bds John Mays'. 

Mays John P, of M <k Bros, res Elliott b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Mayson A S ft T Ci auction and commission merchants, 2 DeGives 
opera house. 

Mayson A S, of A S & T C Mfeyjon, res business house. Marietta st. 
Mayson T C, of A S & T C Mayson, res c Walker and Stonewall. 
Mayson Nat, black^ith, bds Mrs King's, Rhodes st. 
McAfee J A, carriage maker, res Martin opposite Rawson. 
McAfee W W, currier, res Mills b Venable and McAfee. 
McAfee J M, atty at Law, oflice up stairs, 49 Peachtree st. 
McAhster — , wks Roundeau & Co factory, bds M A Moore's. 
McArthur John, book keeper, bds N W McArthur's. 
McArthur Thos W, res Pryor b Peters and Garnett. 
McAvoy WfB, carpenter, res Haynes c Rhodes. 

McBride & Co, crockery, silver plated ware and cutlery, 62 Whitehall 
cor Hunter. 

McBride A J ft Go* china, cutlery and silver ware, 25 Marietta cor 
Broad. 

McBride A J, of A J McB & Co, bds C C Hammock's. 
McBride D M, of McBride & Smith, bds Mrs C Daniel's. 






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McBride & S[inith> carriage manufacturers, 35 Dec«tnr Pt; 
MoBridc S L, dlk, McBride & Co, res Miuhell ur Tnylor's hill. 
McCaffee J A, wood workman, J J FordV, res Martin st 
McCailister & Huff, of McC & Huft, prop's, Gardner house, Forsyth st. 
McCalliHter J J, of McC & Huff, propr Gardner House. 
McCall John, helper, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath. 
McCampbell J, carpenter, bds at H H Carroirs. 
McCampbell S, carpenter, bds H H Carroll's. 

McCamy John H, elk, R P Zimmerman, Marietta, bds Campbell house 
McCanless E S, assistant b k, Atlanta Nat bank, res Fair b McDonouirh 
and Crew. * 

McCandltss L, teacher, res c Washington and Richardson. 
McCardle Mat, moulder, Porter <k Butler's foundry, bds on Luckie st 
McCarley M J, res Racetrack oppofite Nelson. 

McCarley Tom, elk, A Leyden, 18 Alabama, res Racetrack opp Nelson 
.^cCarter Charles, alley keeper for Leu Close, 20 Whitehall st. 
McCay Mrs Nancy, res Mechanics b R R and Elliott. 
McClelan Garrett, laboref, res Fair nr Martin and Jones. 
McLelan Jas, laborer, res Fair nr Martin and Jones. 

McClellan Wm, pattern maker, W & A R R\5omp'y, res Simpson b 

Ma!igum and Haynes. 
McCleskey W T, elk, E H Gay <fe Son, bds A O M Gay's. 
McClenn — , siorn painter, bds Mrs E P O'Connor's. 
McClure & Harry, sign painters, granite block. Broad st. 
McColvun John, wkh Rolling mill, res Victoria b R R and Gray. 
McCollough Wpi J, news agt, res iunc Hayden and Luckie. 
McCombs R A, of Crittenden & McCombs, H I Kimball house. 
McCombs M H, elk, H I Kimball house, bds same. 
McCook Saml D, train h'd, Ga R R, res Decatur b Calhpun and Butler. 
McCord S R sr, briak mason, junc Hayden and Luckie. 
McCord S R jr, printer. Constitution office, res junc Hayden <k Luckie. 
McCormack — , carpenter, bds Mrs Powers. 
McCown Wm C, printer, InttUigencer book and job office, res Booth's 

alley nr Peters. 

McCown E P, painter, res Foundry, b R R and Elliott. 
McCown J A, apprentice, Economical job office, bds Peters st. 
McCown R W, carpenter, res Luckie nr Thurmond. 
McCoy Hugh, watchman. Cook, Pitts <fc Co, res Thurmond b Elliott 
aud Railroad. 

McCoy J J, druggist, res Houston b Ivy and Collins. 
McCoy John, res Tliurmond b Elliott and Railroad. 
McCrary J W, beef market, Peter^i b Forsyth and Thompson, res near 
Barracks. 

McCrary G B, elk, Moore and Moore, 25 Peachtree, bds same. 
McCrary Rev S W, res nr Racetrack b Stephens and Stonewall. 
McCrath J W, res Bell b Hunter and Ga R R. 
McCroskey LaFayette, bds Henry Banks, sr. 
NcCullers Chas, brakesman M <fc W R R, res Davis c Magazine. 
McCullock C E, elk, H H Witt & Co, bds H H Witt's, Houston st. "* 
McDade David, engin'r Cartersville and Van Wert R R, res Ga R R b 
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McDade Mrs Rebecca, res Ghi R R, b King and BelL 

McDaniel P £ ft Co* cotton brokers, office and warehouse c Pry or 
and Hunter. 

McDaniel P E, of P E McD Si Co, res Gordon oonnty. 

McDaniel W H, elk, P E MoD A Co, bds W A MitoheU's. 

McDaniel J D, elk, J T Hagan, 114 Whitehall st, bds same. 

McDaniel W P, bds Campbell bouse. 

McDermott T, dk, John Ryan, bds Mrs F Day's. 

McDonald — ^ tinner, Hunnicntt Jb Bellingrath, residence Hunter near 
McDonough. 

McDonald Dow, conductor, W <fc A R R, bds Mrs C Mills. 

McDonold James, drives fomiture cart, A Ergenzingers, res Green's 
ferry avenue. 

McDonald J R, auctioneer, res Collins b Houston and Wheat. 

McDonald Oscar, carpenter, res Fair b Bell and Fort. 

McDowell Mrs E !<> millinery «nd fancy goods, up stairs, 35 White- 
hall, re8 Pryor. 

McDowell HT, bkWAARR depot, res w Harris c Williams. 

McDowell Wm, millinery, Whitehall, res Pryor. * 

McDuffie B F, planterer, res Rock, b Mangum and Haynes. 

McDnffie Daniel, plasterer, res Davis nr Thurmond. 

McDuffie G W, fireman, W & A R R, res Simpson b Mangnm and 
Haynes. 

McDuffie N M, plasterer, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 
McFall Dr J W, physician, res Harris b Butler and Fort. 
McFail Mrs S JB^ drcRs makr, up stairs, ai Whitehall,, bds W N MeU. 
McFarland T, meat market, res Foundry b Elliot and Mangum. 
McGee Jas, policeman, bds Tina Murphy's. { 

McGee Jno, bar tender, res w Mitch^ st. ' • .' t 

McGinnis Wm, laborer, res c Ivy and north avenue. 
McGiffery — , carpenter, bds Mrs O'Neill's. 

McOill Thos, general southern passenger agt, bds Mrs Hoyle's. 
McGinn James, carriage maker, A T Finoeys, bds Mr O'Neill's. 
McGintz James, brick mason, res E'liott c Thurmond. 
McGrary — , printer, Methodist Advocate office, bds Mrs J C Witter'g. 
McGuire G L, b k. Groves, bds Judge D F Hammond's. 
McGuire T J, elk, Chas Bohnefeld, bds D F Ha.nmond's. 
McGuire T P, elk P E McDaniel <fc Co, bds P P Pease, sn 
McHan T G, policeman. Hunter b Terry and King. 
Mcintosh Lackhla, genl agtiof Georgia for gov sec life ins co, bds Dr 
QCStacey's. ' 

McKinnev H B, printer. 

McLain Jo«l, tailor, Jerry Lynch, res MrsDonough b Butler and Hunter. 

McLellan Wm, assistant clerk National hotel, bds same. 

McLendon Jesse, carpenter, res c Decatur and Pratt. 

McLenden J H, (col) cabinet maker, res Butler opp medical college. 

McLendon N A* merchant and member city council, res Washington 

b Fair and JoDes. 
McLendon 8, res Thompson b Gkmett and Branch alley. 
McLin Jas G, janitor medical college, res Ivy c Ci^in. 






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McMsister Mrs I J, res Hunter b Davis aud T -i-hur^ev. 
McMillan & Snow^ wholesale and ret ill irr.Mj is, o IJm 'd & Marietta. 
McMillan D A, elk, 90 cts store, 6 Peaclitree, bds rehtau a t. 
McMillen J C, of McM <fc Snow, res c Calhoun and E!li«. 
McNabb l> A, rougher at Rolling Mills, res c Ivy and north avenae. 
McNabb R E, laborer, res Marietta nr Thurmonl. 
MoNally Martin, saloon, basem'i Kimball h, res F.»r«yth nr CnPtleberrv 
McNainara Mrs C, dealer in groceries and provision's c Decatur ai d 
Cilhoun, res same. 

McNaUght Ormand & Co, hardware and cutlery, 77 Whitehall st. 

McNaught Wm, of McN Ormand <fc Co, res Washington b Crew and 
Pryor. 

McNaught Wm & Co» proprietors Atlanta paper mill, office No 77 

Whitehall st. 
McNealy R O, carpenter, res Plnra near Hunnicutt. 
McNew T J, machinist, res Luckie nr Thurmond. 
McNinch David, watchman, W & A R R round bouse, res Mangum b 

Thurmond and Rock. 
McNulty M, b k, Gavan saloon, w Alabama st, bds Mrs O'Neill's 
McPhee D, merchant, res c Forest avenue and Ivy. 
McPheison Barracks U S Troops, nr West JEnd. 
iMcPherson Wallace, of Brumby <fc McP, 18 Whiiehall st. 
McKRnna Thos, boot maker, M O Markham, res c Whitehall <fc Forsyth 
McKeal JameSi boss moulder, Rolling mill8, res Marietta nr Rolling 

mills. 
McKenny — , moulder, res Rock, b Mangum and Haynes. 
McKmley Mrs Mary, boarding house, e Hunter st. 
McKinnev H P, printer, Sun office, bds Calhoun house. 
McKoy J J, of Howard & McKoy, res Houston st. 
McVay John, res Simpson c Mangum. 

McWaters J, appr'e, Hunnicutt <fe Bellingrath, bds Alex McW;iter'8. 
Mc Waters A H, carp'r, 6a R R shop, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R. 
McWaters G 8, fireman, A <fc W Pt R R, bds A H McWaters. 
McWaters Jas G, copper smith, Lansrford's, bds A H McWaters. 
McWaters John F, fireman, A & W Pt R R, bds A H McWaters. 
McWhorter M Hi transfer elk, W <k A R R, bds Kimball house. 
Mead L S & COi druggists, 60 Peach tree. 
Meaa L 8, ot Mead & Co, bds c Ivy and Gilmer. 
Mead S N, wks Rolling mill, bds Mrs L BeauchRmp's. 
Meador & BroS) wholesale tobacco com'n mer and manufacturers of 

cigars, 35 Whitehall st. 
Meador C D, salesman, Meador <fc Bros, bds J T Meadorjs, 
Meador David, bds L H Clark's, Ivy b Currier and Pli^e. 
Meador J J, of M & Bros, bds N J Meador's. 
Meador J T, of M <fc Bros, res Forsyth b Mitchell and Peters. 
Meador N J, of M & Bros, res Decatur b Collins and Calhoun. 
Meador T D, b k, Meador & Bros, bds J T Meador's. 
Meador W F, grocer and provision dealer, res Decatur b Collins and 

Calhoun. 
Metropolitan Life Ins Co, New York, Henry R Christian, general agent, 

office Bell building, c Broad and Marietta. 



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Mechanics Fire Co, No 2, engine honae c' Wnslnneton and Ga R R. 
M E Church, (col) Cla-k*8 chapel, Frasicr b U iws.ai & Jones, — pastor. 
M E Church South, " Eigewood," Decatur roa.l, -i- pastor. 
M E Church South, Evans' chapel, c Stonewall & ftaretrack, — pastor 
M E Church South, "Fair st," e Fair st. Rev Geo'H Patiillo, pastor. 
M E Church North, first, c Loyd and Hunter. 
M E Chucrh South, 4th ward mission. Rev A J porapspy, pi^tor 
M E Church, "Oakland" south end McDonon«rh si,. Rev J M;Dii-key, p. 
M E Church South, "Payne's chapel" c Hun niculi «'ik1 Luokie, Rev. D. 
D Cox, pastor. ;" 

Medical College Atlanta* c Butler and Jenkini 

MehaiFey J W, silversmith, res Racetrack b Nelson* ^nd Trebnrse\. 

Meister P A B, la<»er beer saloon, res Peters, b Whitehall and Forsyth. 

Mell Wm H, res Calhoun b Jenkins and Wheat. \ ^ 

Melton B F K, elk, M C & J F Kiser, bds St JamesL-' 

Menken Godfrey, res Whitehall b Humphries and;R.R. 

MenkO) Bro & COt boots, shoes, hats, etc, dr|^|;;oods, clothing and 

notions, 28 Whitehall st. "^ . 

Menko Jos, of M Bro & Co, res Nelson nr Garnett. 
Menko M, of M Bro & Co, res Peters c Thompson. 
Mercer Edward* of Fechter & Mercer, res Marietta b Spring and 

Bartow. , 

Merchant J R, sec Rolling mills CO, res c Jacksorhand Harris. 
Meredith J T, b k, Geo Sharp, jr, bds R P Ziminerman's. 
Merriraan A B, of Murphy & M, lumber dealers, tea Ivy junc Oak. 
Mei rill C T, bds Mrs E C MerrUl's. 
Merrill Mrs.E E, res Marietta nr Bartow. 
Merritt W O, butcher, res Fair b King and Martim^ 
Merritt W O, beef market, c Hunter and Washington, res Fair b King 
and Martin. 

Meyer David, picture merchant, bds P Berron's. ] 
Meyer Henry, carpenter, res Elliott b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Meyer SamI, cotton broker, oflSce P E McDaniel & Co, res c Ellis and 
Collins. i . \ ■ 

Meyers V, restau't and oyster sal'n, basem't 13 Whitehall st, res same. 

Meyers Wra, apprentice, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, b^s — Meyers. 

Michie John W, res Ivy nr junc Oak. 

Middlebrook & Barnes,* grocery merchants, Peters nr Barracks. 

Middlebrooks Wm M, of M <fc Barnes, bds J J Barnes. 

Middleton Green, gas fitter and plumber, L B Langford, res Frasier st. 

Middleton Jas A, res c Frasier and Rawson. 

Middleton Jno A, coppersmith, bds Jas A Middleton's. 

Middleton Miss Martha, res c Frasier and Rawson. 

Middleton M J, eng, W & A R R, bds Jas A Middleton's. 

Middleton W S, elk, Wadsworth & Co, bds Dr T S PowelPg. 

Mihalovitch L, gents furnishing store, 3 Peachtree, res Forsyth near 

Grenville's mills. 
Milledge Jno jr* atty. Grant building, res c Crew and Peters. 
Miller Andrew, (col) day laborer, Ga R R depot, res Conly i?t. 
Miller C F, bds Trement house. 
Miller C L, res McDonough b Fair and Butler. 



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Mi'l#»r <fe Dorpet, 69 e « Pearhtree. 

Miller Sc Johnson, physicians, office c Broad and Marietta. 

Miller H F, tailcr, Mrs J H Purteli. 7 Peachtree, res Fair b Fraaier and 
McDt'noiigh. 

Killer Dr H V Mi of M 4fe Johnson, bds Kimball house. 

Miller J G, elk, Pemberton, Taylor & Co, bds Mrs Miller's. 

Miller J I, retired printer, res connt ry. 

Miller & Lyon, beef market, null No 1 bouse, 11 Peachtree st. 

Miller J M, firm M A Dorsett, bds at Jno Crawford'a. 

Miller Jopoph, of Miller & Lvon, res Peachtree. 

Miller O F, room clerk, H I Kinjball house, bds same. 

Miller Rol>eri, fes Davis c Foundry. 

Miller Win, wks, W <fc A U R shop, near Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 

Millican Mrs L, boarding: house, Forsyth b Peters and Mitchell. 

Milling? D T, ;narshall West End, Ashby st, West End. 

Mills Mrs C, /ert Marietta c Alexander. 

Mills Mrs Fannie, res Peters nr Barracks. 

Mills Frank, res Marietta nr Jones* alley. 

Sills J G W, yard master, W <fc A R R, res Marietta c Alexander, 
ills James, ftreman, W <fc A R R, bds Mrs C Mills. 
Mink Andrew, store and res Peters nr Barracks. 

Mineral Springs Foundry, W S Withers, proprietor, R R track 

nr W A A R R shops. 

Miners — , barber shop. Foundry c R R track. 

Minor J, (col) boot and shoe maker, Mitchell, res Gilmer. 

Mitchell Doc, barber, res Garnett b Forsyth and Thom})son. 

Mi'chell I G, cotton merchant, res Garnett b Forsyth and Thompson. 

Mitchell I S ft CO) ^rooer and com mer, 116 Whitehall vt. 

Mitchell 1 S, ol I S & Co, res Forsyth b Peters and Garnett. 

Mitchell J M, res Calhoun b Foster and Jenkins. 

Mitchell R C, of Rice <fc M, res Ivy b Harris and liaker. 

Mitchell W A, firm M <fc Williford, cotton factors, Hunter, res White- 
hall b Mitchell and'Peters. 

Mitchell W A, of J Skinner A Co, res Whitehall o Peters. 
Mitchell W Ay sack factory, 116 Whitehall, res 113 Whitehall. 
kitchell Wni, fireman, W & A R R, res Mechanics b U R and Elliott. 
Mitchell W D, eng, M <fc W R R, res R R nr Butler. 
Mitchell W D, grocery and res Peters c McDaniel. 
Mitchell W H, salesman, I L Falk & Co, bds L B Davis. 
Mitchell W H, brick mason, res Mangum b Haynes ami D.ivis 
Mitchell <fe Williford, com mer and cotton factors, e Hunter st. 
Mize Mrs M A, boarding house, s Loyd b Mitchell and Hunter. 
Moat Mrs C, seamstress, res Latimer b Marietta and Luckie. 
Mobley C T, elk, Thos M Clark <k Co, bds M A Bell's. 

Mobley E D Lt agt of plantation, res Thompson nr Branch alley 

Moleiielly F, pea nut stand, 28 Alabama, res same. 

Monaghan Mrs Mary, res Fair b Terrv and Frasier. 

Monteith Mrs E, boarding house, res feutler b Gilmer and College. 

Monteith Robt A, wks phcenix planing mills, bds Mrs E Monieith's. 

Moody A, family grocer, Peters b Forsyth and Thompson, res same. 



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Moore's Actual Business College, James' building, up stairs, over 

Peck, DeSfiulles & Co. 
Moore Amop, foreman Ga R R shop, res c McDonough and Jones. 
Moore Anna, seamstress, up stairs, 82 Whitehall st. 
Moore B F, principal, Atlanta business college, res Ivy b Wheat and 

Houston. . ' 

Moore James W, c Thompson and Berry avenue. 
Moore J C, job printer. Constitution office, res Mitchell b Forsyth and 

Whitehall, 
Moore Jno C, messenger southern express company W <fc A R R. 
Moore W H, of A M Speights <fc Co, bds c Broad and Marietta. 
Moore & Marsh) wholesale dealers in dry goods etc, 1 7 Decatur st. 
Moore M A, leathei finisher, res Harris b Calhoun and Butler. 
Moore & Moore» Peachtree water mills, flour and meal depot, 26 

Peachtree st. 
Moore Thos R, printer, Speirs <fc Co, res w Harris b Williams and Spring 
Moore T J, Atlanta high kcIiooI, res Cain b Ivy and Collins. 
Moore Wm A, of M & Marsh, dry goods mer, res Cone c Walton. 
Moore Dr W & physician, res Marietta c Spring. 
Mooie W C, machinist, bds W A Downs. 

Moore W C, of ^ <fc Moore, mer't miller, res Marietta nr Rolling mill. 
Moore — , carpenter, bds J G RusselPs. i 

Moorefield J H, job printer, Franklin priiit^g h, res c Ciin and Orme. 
Moony Robt, wood passer, W <fc A R U, res Mangum b Foundry and 

Thurmond. 
Moon Thos, of M <fe M, res country. 

Moran Pascal J, of A M Speights <fe Co, res junc Walker and Nelson. 
Morel ^ M, res c Hunter and Bell. 

Morgan Eliza, col laundress, res Ellis b C<>llin8 and Calhoun. 
Morgan H B. res Rhodes, b R R and Elliott. 
Morgan J M, seedsman, Sam A Echols, bds same. > 
Morgan Richard B, gas fitter, Eichburg & Langesser, bds Bob Wilson, 

I)ecatur st. 
Morgan T W, eng W & A R R, res Magazine, b W & A R R shop 

and Elliott. 
Morrill W C» treasurer W & A R R oo, h(\s Kimball House. 
Morris & Bro, retail grocers, 60 Peachtree street. 
Morris C M, of Smith <fe M, res Dekalb co. 
Morris C 8, elk, R H Goodman, res Wheat st. 
Morris F P, of Morris <fe Bro, bds same. 

Morris E S, of M & Bro's, family grocrs, res Marietta st, nr Alexander. 
Morris J A, cashr Sou Life Ins Co, bds Kimball House. 
Morris J, bar tender at Folsom's, i Decatur st, bds over Aarcher's 

Stables, Alabama st. 
Morris J F, drygoods and groceries, res Thompson, b Qamett and 

Branch ay. 
Morris J F, oik, A M Harden, bds Butler st. • 

Morris J S, eng W & A R R, res Luckie 8t, nr Simpson. 
Morris L G, patern maker W & A R R shop, Butler st, b Hunter and 

McDonough. 
Morris Jacob, proprietor California wine house. Hunter st, res Alabama. 



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Morrison H, of M Bain <fc Co, res cor Mitchell and Manghara. 
Morrison. Bain & Co, hardware and cutlery, 47 Wliitehall st. 
Morrisn Jonn, of M Bain & Co, res Crew, near Rawson. 
Morrison James J, book binder, bds Campbell House. 
Morrison John, res Mangum, b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Morrison, agt, Md Life Ins Co, bds at Mrs Powers. 
Morrow G«orge, works at Ga R R depot, res Jcnningstown. 
Morrow James W, elk Ga R R depot, res s Pryor, b Mitchell and 

Peters. 
MortOD A F, family grocer, Pryor, b Hunter and Mitchell, res same. 
Moses B F, cotton broker, office at McDaniel 6i Co's, res o Richardson 

and Pryor. 
{loses W B, agent, cigars, tobacco, pipes &c, H I Kimball House, bds 

at H I Kimball House. 
Mormer J R, res Gilmer, b Calhoun and Butler. 
Mower J W, b k at M <fc W, Hunter st, res Thompson st. 
Muhlenbrink H, saloon 20, Whitehall, res cor Ivy and Ellis. 
Mulligan James K, res Lambert* back of Rolling Mill. ' 
^Ullin Jailie», 8r, res cor Rhodes and Haynes. 
Mullin James Jr^ eng W <fe a R R, bds at James Mullin's, sr. 
MuUin T B, blacksmith, W & A R R shop, res Mitchell, b R R and 

Elliott. 

Munday £ W, res Pryor, b Wheat and Line. 

Muudy H C, re» Fort st. 

Munday R A, tinner, Langford & McGrath, bds at P K Wilson's. 

Munigan Jno, bds Mrs Mary Munigan. 

Munroe Alex, (col,) barber, Webster's shop, bds Robt Webster. 

Murar Robt, fireman, Ga R R, bds Jno W Bennett. 

Murdock Y A, boot and shoe maker, up-stars, Whitehall st. 

Murphy A, of M <fe Merriam, bds corner Bartow and Luckie. 

Murphy Dennis, watchman, bds M Murphy. 

Murphy Mrs D, family grocery. Eraser st, b Richardson and Clark. 

Murphy E C, r« s Simpson st, cor McAfee. 

Murphy James, watchman, W <fc A R R shop, bds M Murphy. 

Murphey Dr. J D, dentist, res Ivy, b Wheat and Houston. 

Murphey J E, with E H Gay A Son, bds A O M Gay. 

Murphy J W, cigar maker, at Englebert's 124, Whitehall st, res Race 

Track, b Elliott and Mangum. 
Murphy Sc Merriam^ dealer in lumber, cor Hunter and Forsyth st. 

Murphy M, wks W & A R R shop, res Foundry, b Elliott and Man- 
gum. 

Murphy Michael, laborer, res Hunter, b Terry and Martin. 
Murphey T C, police (officer, pass depot, res cor Decatur and Butler. 
Murray S W, printer, bds Wm Fisher. 
Murray E L, bds Fisher's, cor Mitchell and Pryor. 
Muse C C, trav agt, Meador <fc Bro. 

MuseE H, grocery, Peters, cor Hammond, West End, res Gordon st 
West End. 



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Muse George, elk, R P S Kimbro, & Co, res West End. 

Muse L H, b k. Red wine & Fox, bds Mrs Cody. 

Myers Chas, wks W <fc A R R shop, res Foundry, b Davis and Vine. 

Myer David, res Whitehall b PeteVs and Garnett. 

Mynatt Sc DelL attorneys, Hillylars building, e s Alabama st. 

Mynatt P L, of M & D, res Mitchell st, b Washington and Crew. 

Myrick E & Co, dealers, provisions, grocerys, &c, Willingham 

building, Decatur st. 
Myrick E, of E M & Co, res Sherman, N Y. 



Nace Mrs A R, dress-maker, up-stairs, 69 Whitehall. 

Nace J W, farmer, re8 cor Decatur and Fort. 

Nail Joe S, b k. True Georgian office, bds T G Simms. 

Nally Martin, saloon Marietta st, res Forsyth, b Branch Avenue and 

Whitehall. 
Nash Alphonsa, col, barber shop, 120 J Whitehall. 
Nathan Levy, ins agent, res Houston, b Collins and Ivy. 

National Freedman's Saving and Trust Co« Broad st. 

National Publishing Co, office S^Broad st, Wm A Ramsey, agt. 

Neal John, broker, res Ellis b Collins and Ivy. 

Neal W W, record elk, W <fc A R R res Marietta st. 

Nealan Jeremiah, app machinest, bds Mrs J Nealon. 

Nealan Mrs Johanna, b h, res cor Decatur and Calhoun. 

Nealon Wm, saloon, bds Mrs J Nealon. 

Nealy J W, carpenter, wks W <k A R R shop, res Marietta st nr 
Thurmond. 

Neely Dr R F, res cor Crew, Peters and Fair. 

Neely Mrs R F, female school, cor Crew, Fair and Peters. 

Nelson J H, grocery, Peters st, b Walker and McDaniel, res White- 
hall, b McDaniel and Humpries. 

Neuvelt S, elk, Wm Rich <fe Co, res Forsyth b Garnett and Branch al. 

Nichols Joel, laborer, c Robins and Wells. 

Nolan A A, dk, I T Banks, bds Mrs McKinley's. ,, 

NorcrOSS J) res Thrasher st. West End. 

Norcross V C, student, bds J Norcross. 

Norman J J & Co» grocery merchants, c Decatur and Ivy. 

Norman J J, of J J Norman & Co, bds Mrs C DanieFs. , 

IVorrls A JC, res Harris cor Collins. 

Norris J C, Harris b Butler and Fort. 

Norriii R Hi res cor Collins and Cain. 

Norton W S, superintendant agricultural works, bds — Nealy's. 

Northup E A, book keeper. National hotel. 

Newman & Fain* contractors and builders, office np-stairs, 49 Peach- 
tree St. 

Newman W G, of N <fc Fiwn, res cor Gilmer and Fillmore. 
Newman & Harrison, attorneys at law, 28 Whitehall, up-stairs. 
Newman W T, of N <& Harrison, attoruey at law, 28 Whitehall st, 
bds Mrs Overby's. ^ 



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Newman Geo, carpenter, res Fort Bt. 

Newsom Henry, res at Jaw Riiiisoni's. \ 

Newton C S, druggist, J Bradfield, res McDondj^h, c Fair. 

Northey L A, money clerk. National hotel, bds same. 

Nott Benj, fireman, M & W R R shop, res Butler b Hunter, and Mc- 

Donough. 
Nott James, bds BenjNott's. 
Nott J no, eng, A & W Pt R R, bds Benj Nott's. 
Nunan Capt T, police officer, Kimball house, res c Houston & Collins. 
Nunn S J, carpenter, res Harris c Collins. 
Nunn W J, carpenter, res Foster b Calhoun and Butler. 
Nunnally A F, depty revenue collector, res Richardt^on nr Windsor. 
Nutting C W, elk, James' bank, bds J F Nuttiiig's. 
Nutting J F} of R M Rose ds Co, res Whitehall nr Branch alley. 



Oakland M E Church, s end McDonough st. Rev J M Dickey, pastor. 

Oaks Wm, eng, Ga U R, bds A M Manning's. 

Oatman S B, agt, Gray's marble yard, res o Rawson and McDonough. 

O'Brien Thos, saloon keeper, res Hunter b McDonough and Butler. 

O'Brien Thos, porter at Chicago ale depot, bd? American hotel. 

O'Connor Mrs E F^ millinery and fancy goods, up stairs, 31 White- 
hall, res Marietta nr Fairlie. Y •, w 

O'Connor Frank, elk, O'Connor & Reese, 7 Marietta, res Stonewall nr 
Walker. ^ 

O'Connor John, res Marietta nr c Forsyth. ^ 

O'Connor P, of O, C & Reese, res Marietta nr Fairlie. \ 

O'Connor ft Ree8e> dry goods and millinery, 7 Marietta fit. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Marietta nr c Peachtree, see Odd Felloes' directory. 

Odell J W, family grocers, Decatur b Pratt <fc Butler, res same. 

O'Donnally John, tailor, basement, 49 Whitehall, res Larkin nr Green's 
ferry i^ad. 

O'Donnally Robt, elk John Ket-ly, bds John O'Donnally's. 

Oelrich Peter* saloon, base't, is Whitehall, res Alabima nr Forsyth. 

Ogden Mrs E H, res c Collins and Cain. 

Oglesby J G, salesman, A C & B F Wiley, 38 e Al.'ib.-uiia st, bds Can- 
non house. 

Oglesby T K, alty at law, bds Mrn Overby's. 

Oglethorpe University* cor Washington and Mitchell. 

Ogletree <fc Son, family grocers, Mitchell b Whieih^ll and Forsyth. 

Ogletree G T, of O <fe Son, res Crrw st. *^ 

Ogletree S H of O & Son, res Washington st. 

Ogletree T J, elk, O <fe Son, res Crew b McDonough and Washington. 

Ogletree Gpo T, grocery pierehant, Mitchell, res c Crew and Jones. 

Ojrievia Thadens, bds Mrs M J Cruchfield's. 

O'Eeefe Dr D C> otece 58 Whitehall, up stairs, res Hunter b Forsyth, 
and Thompson. ^ 

O'Keefe Edward, res Marietta b Foundry ajid Cain. 

O'Keefe T, elk, .folni Ryan, bds J«»hu Connally's. 

Oldfield A N. tei op, Ga R R depot, res Frasier b Crumley and Glenn. 



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Oliver J S S & CO, cornmi8.i<>n merchants, c Alabama and Forsyth. 

FafrlVaodCo^e^^^^ ^'"'""^ ^"^ ^^"^^^» ^^« ^^^"-^ ^ 

"""^ Fa' 1:5^^^^ ^ ^ ^^> ^/^^^^-^ -^ ^-yth, res Church b 

Oliver W T, res Peters c Thompson. 

0'N^nT.rrv •1"k ^' *S^'T'ler, ex saloon, U Alabama st, bds same. 

ONe. John, res Whitehall b Windsor and Smith. 
rt'S^! i"u" ^*P'' >•«« Decatur b Collins and Calhoun, 
n-w^- M H' *"?'/.^« Decatur b Collins and Calhoan. 
A'Sri l^'S?!. "'"^'"^ house, Decatur b Collins and Calhoun. 

H,„ J« J?' w^*.'-' P""'-' ^.''^'"'"° ?'"'^°h, res Catholic parsonago. 
Hunter b Washmjfton and LojaJ^ ""uagi, 

0?S« d/f'w 'hn'!,!!^"!'!." ^ ^^••''^ Ellis b Calhoun and Collins. 

®"°a'nd\L=brfrs st^^'"""' ^*''*' «^" """-^-S' <= M--'ta 
®™H*aK;rCaTh'our"" ^ * ^ « «• o^- « R block, res cor 

Orm»nH T,"" **"".• li^^,?^'"' ""Naught & Co, bd« James Ormand's. 
Smith! ' ^'^'^'^ght, O & Co, re8 Whitehall b Forsyth and 

Orphans Free School, conuins 260 pupils, Ga State lottery, Mrs A P 
Hill, pnncipal, c Walton and Forsyth. ], '»-ia a r 

Orr Prof G J, Oglethorpe university, res cor Washincton and Jones 
8rZ,«°Rr;h?*^\i^",§'H'^ 2Vy*'°e bouse, 122 Whiteh^all s^res same.' 
Orta^us R S Vi; t *m* ^^"""^ ^rS "r* N Ortagus, Nelson st. 
oTH T r ^\ "''t' **?"««»' "-es Trebursey b UJcetraek and Hi«h. 
fud High.'*'" ' I"^«"^g«''«^r office, res Trebursey b Racetrfok 

Osborn Allen carpenter, up stairs, Whitehall st. 
Osborn Mrs C res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 
Osborn Jas, elk, W P Chisolm. ' 

n^^Z \ S' ■°'"'«''"''*' ■•«« Mangum b Nelson and Racetrack. 
Osborn J M, carpenter, res Racetrack, c Stonewall. 

and M?to^'e5!"°" '"'^"'' ^^^ ^ ^ ^''""^^ ^""'^' "^ « Whitehall 

n^^^ ^ ^ ^' •*"*"■?'"? bouse, up stairs, 102 Whitehall st. 
O ^beales Harry, gi-ocer, Marietta, res o Victoria. • 

Oswalt Harry carpenter, res Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 
0:*walt John T, pamter res Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 
Owfn^ if R^i^, K ^""^'""S b up stairs, granite block. Broad st. 
WhIteLT'aLd Fors?;h""°'" ''^^'^^^ -^ P^yor. res Peters b 



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rock, each differing from the others in its constituents.— 
One is a black rock of nearly pure 

making an excellent Plastering Lime. Another stratum 
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which stands water perfectly, if the mortar be allowed to 
dry before the water is applied. The bond of this Lime 
in brick or rock work is admirable. Another is an 

HYDRA^TJLIC CEMEISTT, 

Hardening under water and quite equal to the best Ro- 
sendale Cement. One of the strata contain on analysis . 

Carbonate of Lime, ^^y" 

Carbonate of Magnesia, • ^^^ 

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It must therefore be of great value as a manure^ 

These works are situated on the WESTER^ ^. A 1 
L ANTIC R. R., one and a fourth miles north of Kingston, 
Bartow county. Gar, and being amply supphed with na- 
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ments to consumers and dealers in Lime and Cement. 
Orders solicited. Address, ^ ,__^ 

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Owen Mrs F, R, res Huyues c Hunter. 

Owen George, broom maker, S B Robson's, bds Powell Owens. 

Owens J D, elk, M O Markham, bds c Fulton and Cooper. * 

Owens J F, tinner, bds B F Owens. 

Owen J W, printer, True Georgian office, res Haynes c Hunter. 

Owens P H, bds B F Owens. 

OWen Powell, policeman, Frasier nr Fair. 

Owen Dr W G, office Kimball h, res Whitehall, b Windsor and Smith. 

Owen W H, agt Ft Gaines lottery, 12 Peachtree, bds Mrs F R Owens. 

Owens — , bricklayer, res Mangum c Foundry. 

O wings Wm A, wks Rolling mill, res Marietta nr Rolling mill. 



Palmer F B, druggist. Red wine A? Fox, bds Pease and his wife. 

Paint' r *'ttO, editor A D Zeitung, res Wellingham building. 

Pankey J E, tobacconist, res Racetrack c Stonewall. 

Paris John, painter, res Collins b Houston and Wheat. 

Paris James R, policeman, res Peters c Forsyth. 

Parish J M, helper, Hunnicutt & Btlbngrath, res Marietta nr Oglethorpe 

Park. 
Parke John, groceries and provisions, Decatur b Calhoun and Butler, 

res same. 
Parker Dr A M, Thompson b Garnett and "Branch alley. 
Parker Amanda, seamstress, up stairs, 80 Whitehall st. 
Parker Henry B, elk, Hag.in's, 114 Whitehall, bds name. 
Parker James, beef stall, c Alabama and Broad, res Mitchell b Davis 

and Trebursey. 
Parker M A, carpenter, res Davis o Hunter. 
Parker W L, blacksmith, c Moore <fe Filmore. 
Parkins Sc >%llen, architects, Kimball house, res Harris bHilliard 

and Jackson. 
Parkhurst W F, book keeper. Cox & Co, bds Wm Rush ton's. 
Parks George (col) porter, W M «Sj R J Lowry, res nr Macon depot. 
Parks J R, elk, G W Jack, bds P Conner's. 
Park J R, machinist, bds Thos E Park's. 
Parks Lewis, tailor, Wm Finch, IxU Vrm Finch* 
Parks P M, book k'r, Atlanta New Era, 4 Alabama, res c Mi:Danit 1 and 

Whitehall. 
Park Thos E, wks Withers' foundry, res Marietta nr Huimicutt. 
Parish J R, policeman, res c Peters and Forsyth. 
Parrott T F, book keeper, S W Inman & Son, bds Fisher's, Pryor st. 
Parsons <fe Born, coal dealers, Marietta st nr capitol building. 
Parsons Richard, gr.>cery and res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 
Paschal D G, painter, res Magazine b M & W R R shop and Elliott. 
Patch ^i-^S ^ r, dress mkr, 50 Wliitelmll, ^es cTackson & Harris. 
Patten R J, conductor, A A W Pt I? R, res McDonough. 
Patten W, elk, bds Mrs B P O'Connor's. 
Patterson Albert, tinmr, bds J F Patterson's, 
on A T, elk, Mrs J Frank's. 



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Patterson James, carpenter, res Cain b Ivy and Collins. "^ 

Patterson J F, cabinet maker, re» Stonewall b Racetrack and High. 
Pattergon S G, tinner, bdg D M Clower's. 
P.ttterson Wm, apprentice, Gray*« marble yard, rea Stone vail. 
P,itt*»rMon Win H. book keeper, Jamen' bank, birls Jarnew PaiterRon'a. 
Patillo ReT O H, sap't Atlanta Female Institute, Ivy b Decatur 

and VVheat. 
Pattillo W F, dk, W P Pattillo, 1 Peaohtree, rea c Houston & Collins. 
PattillO W P, general fire insurance agent, up stairs, 1 Peachiree, 

R R block, res c Crew and Fair. 
Fatten J M, conveyancer, G W A* lair, res McDonough. 
Patten Robt J, conductor, A & W Pt R R, bds J M Patten's. 
Pntton W B, elk, I L, Falk & Co, bds P O'Connor's. 
Payn^ Mr8 C A, res Hall c Simpson. 

Payne's Chapel M E Church South, Hnnnicutt c Luckio, Rev D D Cox^p. 
Payne Ctias, helper, Hunnicntt & Bellingrath, res Norcross st. 
Payne C M, county treasurer, bd« C W Hunnicntt's. 
P.iyne Mrs L M, res ft^rietta b Hunnicutt and Mills. 
Payne <fc Bro, retail grocer, 86 Peachtree c Houston. 
Payne R R, ol Payne dc Bro, grocers, bds W D Payne's. 
Payne W D, of P <fc Bro, grocers, res Peachtree b Mills & Hunnicutt. 
Peacock Dr F S, druggist, Howard & McKoy, wholesale and retail 

druggists, 49 Peachtree st, bds Cannon house. 
Peacock J.-imen, res Garnett, cor Thompson. 
Pease and His Wife* European House, 2 Alabama st, res White 

hall, b Garnett and Peters. 
Pease O L, of P & Wife, res Whitehall, b Peters and Garnett. 
Pease P P, Sr, grocer and com mer, 95 Whitehall, cor Mitchell, res cor 

Fair and Cooper. . 

Pease P P, Jr, cll^ Peck deSaulles & Co, bds P P Pease. 
Peck Rev Francia J, col, paster, African M E Church, Ellis, b Calhoun 

and Butler. 
Peck J B, of McNaught, Orraand Sb Co, res Whitehall, nr Winsor. 
Plaining Mill* J C Peck <k Co» cor Decatur and Fort. 
Peck J C, of P <fc Co, Plaining Mill, res Ivy, b Wheat and Houston. 
Pecki deSaulles ft COf wholesale and ret dry goods, 64 Whitehall st. 
Peck W F, of P, deSaulles <fc Co, re:* Collins, cor Eliis. 
Peck.WilliS) contractor, res Whitehall st. cor W Cain. 
Peel John> bakery, confectionery, restaurant, and saloon, cor Mari- 
etta and Broad, res Spr ing b Marietta and W <fe A R R, 
Peers J L, shipping elk, W <fc A R R, res Harris, b Butler and Fort. 
Peers, J S, elk, W & A R R, res Harris, b Butler and Fort. 
Pegg Dr W G, physician, rer* Hunter, b Butler and Terry. 
Pe^g W W, messenger, telegraph office, bds W G Pegg's. 
Pelham %1 in, coal dealer, res Kirk wood, Ga. 
Pelham P, coal dealer, res Oglethorpe, Ga. 
Pemberton, Taylor ft Co, wholesale and ret druggists, cor Peach 

tree, Decatur and Line. 
Pemberton Dr J S, of P L Taylor A Co, res Wheat, b Floyd and Prior. 
Pendleton* Jones ft Co? pro vis dealers and com mer, Whitehall, b 

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Pendleton TT C, of P, Jones & Co, bds Dr T S Poweirs. 

Pendlet •» J L, attorney at law, up-stai.-s, 57 Whitehall st, res Fair, b 

Pryor and Loyd. 
Pemington Mrs N A, seamstress, res Scott, cor Alexander. 
PettaCOrd Geo, miller. City Flour Mills, bds F L Liitle. 
Peppennan S, jeweler, with S Solomons, bdd A Rosenfield. 
Perdue Albert, deputy collector Ist district, office capltol building, res 

Hayden near Foundry. 

Perdue Rev F P, ins agent, W H Hancock, res Hayden b Baker and 

Simpson. 
Ptrdue J A, elk, revenue office. 

Perdue James P, grocery. Broad st, res Nelson b R'R <fc Walker. 
Perkerson J H, bds Dr J M Borinc^'s. 

Perkerson A M, deputy sherift; office City Hall, bds restaurant. 
Perkins Augustus, machinist, Kimball House, bds Mrs FiU Patrick. 
Perkins J L <fc Bro, family groceries, Peachtree st, nr Ellis. 
P^^rkins J L, of Perkins & Bro, res Dawson county. 
Perkins S H, of Perkins & Bro, bd.^ at store, Peachtree nr Ellis. 
Perkins W W, elk, Perkins & Bro, bds same. 
Perkins S ^, conductor, 6a R R, b<ls A M Mnning. 
Perrick C R, policeman, res Peachtree st b W H:*rris and W Baker. 
Perry Grant, elk, W P Chinolm, bds Mrs R E Chislom. 
Perry H ndy, of H & P, col, s s e Alabama st. Teh Randolph st. 
Peters Richard^ res cor Forsyth and Mitchell. 

P»iHol(i Ferdinand, carriaee maker, McBride & Smith, bds Mrs O'Keil. 
Pettis Dr H, vetinery surgeon, at O H Jones & Co*s, res Martin st 

opp Rjiwson's. 
Pettis Dr J G, of Smith & P, Mitchell st, res Lee st, West- End. 
Pettis W P, engineer, res Taylor's Hill. 

Pharr B Y, silver smith, res Magazine b W <fc A R R and Elliott. 
Phelps S, boot maker, wks Flipper's, res Glenn st. 
Phillips C, res c Dec>*tnr and Bell. 

Phillips ^r» C, family grocerips, c Decatur and Bell, res same. 
Phillips C E, carpenter, res Rhodes b Mangum and Haynes.^ 
Phillips Cliarles Sk> Co, family groceres aAd produce dealers, 

Mitchell St. 
Pbiliips Sc Crew, books, music, musical instruments, stationary, 

&c, and agt ior Knabe Pianos, c Marietta and Peachtree. 
Philllpii, I* lander* Sk> Co, dry goods, hat^s, caps, boots and 

shoes, 91 Whitehall st. 
Phillips F P, firm of P Charles <fc Co, bds c Forsyth and Garnett. 
Phillips G H. train hand, A & W P R R, res Luckie st c Bartow. 
Phillips Henry, blacksmith, res King b Fair and Jones. 
Phillips H T, of P <fc Crew, res Windsor b Rawson and Jones. 
Phillips Joe L, carpenter, res Rhodes b Mangum and Haynes. 
Phillips J W, printer, Frankling P H, res Marietta st c Hunnicutt. 
Phillips Thos J, of P Flanders & Co, bds W R Phillips. 
Phillip<« 'apt Wm, office supt public wks, 24 State House, bds 

Dr S R Kramer. 
Phillips Wm R, Jr, & Co, grocer and com mer, 43 Peachtree st. 
Phillips W R, of P, Charles & Co, res c Forsyth and Garnett. 
Pdillips W R, of Phillips, Flanders & Co, res Forsyth c Garnett. 



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Phoenix Plaininpf Mill, Longly A Robertson, rea Butler and Gilmer. 

Paul & Goode, family groceries and liauors, Marietta nr Cain. i 

Paul K K, carpenter, re8 Marietta nr Rolling Mill. ' 

Pearce Frank, baker, W P Chisolm, res Pryor b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Fierce Rev « J\ res c Washington and Clark. 

Pierce J W, elk int» office, Kimball House, bds Rev G J Pierce. 

Pierce Robt, col, truckman Ga R R depot, res Harris st. 

Pike S R, tailor, J H Purtell, 7 Peachtree st, res Currier b Collins and 
Calhoun. 

Pilerim Green A, res Walker b Peters and Stephens. 

Pilgrim I B, printer, Con office, res Jones b King and Martin. 

Pinckliey Dr Charles, physician, res Calhoun b Decatur and 
Gilmer. , 

Pincknt'y John, ool, tailor, res Houston b Collins and Calhoun. 

Pines Clia?, plasterer, res Peters b Whitehall and Forsyth. 

Pines Chas S, plasterer, bds B F Owens, Hunter st. 

Pinion Sanfonl, wki» Rolling Mill, res Victoria b R R and Gray. 

PipkifH K R, res nr Race Track b Stephens and Stonewall. 

Pitchford Daniel, policeman, res Luckie st, b W Cain and Bartow. 

Pitt mail llaiiiel, ordinary Fulton coanty, res e s Collins b Hous- 
ton and Wheat. 

Pittman W H, printer, Frankling Printing House, res Thompson st. 

Pittmm R A, transp< nation elk, W A A R R, res Collins b Wheat 
and Houston. 

Pitta. A ii, family groceries, c Decatur and Bell. 

Pitts, t OOk Sl Co, Plaining Mills, W <k A R R, nr Foundry st. 

Pitts C A, of Pitts, Cook <fc Co, res Walton nr Bartow. i 

P K, X 10 U 8 !>ial001I, 34 Marietta st, W K Knowles b k. ' 

Plumfner fc^ T, watch maker and jeweler, 9 Peachtree st, res Pe- 
ters b Forsyth and Whitehall. 

Polk J K, family grocer, head Broad st, bds same. 

Police head quarters and guard house c Ivy and Line. 

Palice J G, maohinest W & A R R shop, res Mangum b Hunter and 
Rhodes. 

Pollard Thos J, b k, Godfrey <fc Son, bds Mrs Goode's. ! 

Pomeroy Dr R S, physician, office corner Marietta aud Broad, res Pry- 
or b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Ponder V M, dk, W T Archer, 82 Whitehall, bds W T Archer. 

Pool B J, carpenter, ally nr McLinus' Ay. 

Pool M H, shoe maker, with J no Dorset t, Marietta st, res Peachtree st. 

Pool de Goode, family groceries. Marietta st. 

Pool W H, of Pool <k iGroode, res at store. 

Pool Wm B J, painter, ally nr McLinns*. 

Poor D •! , elk, J J Williams & C©, comm'n merchant, Forsyth it, 
bds J ihn Peels. 

Pope A general freight agt, W <fc A R R, res Ivy c Harris. 

Pope A H own, attys at law, office up stairs. Granite block. Broad si 

Pope J% hit D, of P <fc Brown, U S district atty, res Ivy b Currier 

and V 10. 
Pope W H, travelling agt, Meador <fc Bro, bds J Meador's. 
Puplin JuIm, res Decatur b Collins and Calhoun. 



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Porter A BotleKs Foandry, Ga R R l, Terry and King. 
Porter J F bar tendV, A J Haralson, glone s.r,., 1 1 Decatur, bds Ivy. 
Porter J H, of Porter & Butler, general ticket ag.ni, res b Wheat 
and Ivy. 

Porter J K!, bds Tremont house. 

Porter J 8, magazine keeper, res Thurmond, b Davis and Vine. 

Forter J T, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 

POftt ^Ifllce, State House, James L Dunniii;^, Pusiin i»^ter. 

Pound J G, elk, H Franklin, dealer in stoves and house lurnibliV jroods 

res cor Foundry and Davis*. & s » 

Powell Chas, auctioneer, res Hunter b King and Bell. 
Powell Dr. F T, physician, office 34 Peachtree, near ccr Marietta res 

Peachtree cor Ellis. ' 

Powell G W L, bds Dr F T Powell's. 
Powell Mrs Isabella, res Fair b King and Martin. 
Powell James, carpenter, res MarietU nr citv limits. 
Powell John D, clerk, Williams, bds W L Martin's. 
Powell J J, bds Dr F T Powell's. | 

Powel! Seth, wks. Rolling mill, bds John Griffith's. ' 

Powell S F, country merchant, bds P H Randall's. 
Powell Dr T S, physician, office Pryor b Hunter and Mitchell, res same. 
Powell Thos, works Rolling mill, res Emma st, back of Rolling miH'. 
Powell W A, book k'pr, Chapman, Rucker & Co, les Wheat b CoMins 

and Calhoun. 
Powers E, of W Powers & Sons, bds Wm Power.-. 
Powers Mrs Elizabeth, widow, res Fair ni Maiiin. 
Powers Greo, res Pryor opposite Wheat. 
Powers H R, of J Powers & Sons, bds W Powers. 

Powers W Sc Sons, wholesale and retail grocers, 32 Peachtree c 
Walton, f 

Powers Mrs Margaret, res cor Collins and Gilmer. 
Powers Robt, of W Powers & Sons, bds W Powers. 
Powers Mrs T J, boarding house, Pryor opposite Wheat. 
Powers Wm, of W P <fc Sons, res Ivy opposite Gilmer. 
Prather John S, sup't Franklin printing house, res Kirkwood. 
Pratt H Z, res Simpson b Elliott and Mangum. 
Pratt tt A, b k, sou life ins co, res Ivy b Houston and Wheat. 
Presbyterian Central, Washington st opp city hall. Rev J T Leflwich, p- 
Presbyterian First, Marietta b Forsyth and Spring, Rev John S Wil- 
. son D D, pastor. 

Presbyterian Church (col) cor High and Trebursey. 
Presley E B, book k, G C Rogers, res Harris b Calhoun and Butler. 
Prethare Peter, frescoe painter, bds Mrs Tresilian. 
Pretzfelder & Laor, retail dry goods, 46 Whitehall st. 
Pretzfelder M, of P <fc Laur, bds St James' hoteL 
Price Geo, brick mason, bds T Harris. 
Pi ice G E, elk, G W Price, bds L B Davis. 

Priee G W, wholesale dealer in boots, shoes and leather, 31 Peach- 
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Racetrack aud High. 
Price S 13, oik, G W Price, Ms Thos G Simras. 
Price — , wkf« Rolling mill, res Emma back of Rolling mill. >^ 

Pridgeon R K, carpr, wks, Pitts & Cook, res Foundry b Luckie\nd 

Walton. 
Pridgeon W C, wks, Pitte A Cook, bda R K Pridgeon's. 
Prince A P, printer, res Fair b King and Terry. 
Prince James, res Nelson c Trebursey. 
Price O E, watch repairei, Whitehall, res Trebursey b Racetrack and 

High. y 

Prince Afrs Mary M, McLinn's alley nr R R track. 
Prince Reubin, brick mason, res Nelson o Trebursey. 
Prince Willie, printer, bds A P Prince. 

Priolean Samuel, elk, Abbott <fc Bros, bds Mrs J M Prioleau's. 
Propliitt Dr O 8, of Benton & Prophitt, office, Broad st, Davis 

Hall, res at office. 

Pryor L, carpr. Cannon & Johnson, 48 Peaohtree st, b.ls C A Cannon. 
Pucket Pleasant, (col) shoe maker, Collins b Harris and Baker. 
Puckett Mrs R A, res Forsyth b Alabama and Hunter. 
Pucket Wm A, mechanic, res Hunter, b Davis and Trt-lmrsiy. 
Pollman, Kimball Sc Ramsey, sleeping car e.>ni|rmy, office 

passenger depot. 
Purcell Joseph, bar t*»nder at Kimball bouse, bds same. 
Parley John, 90 cents store, 5 Peach tree st, bds Mrs Cndey's. 
Purse, Isaiah, b k W M <fe R J Lowry, res Hunter b Ten y and Bell^ 
Purse Julian, apprentice Porter <fc Butler, bds I Purse. 
Purtell Mrs J H; res Ellis c Ivy. 

Pyiior J A F, shoe maker, res Decatur b Pratt and 3Ioore. 
Pyron S J, meat market, Mitchell b Elliott and Mangum. 

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Quails J D, carp, res Green Ferry road. 

Qnetn David M, policeman, res Rhodes b R R <!; Elliott. 

Queen Frank M, auctioneer 15 Peachtree, res c Collinit and Wheat. 

^aeen Sk> Reid, forest saloon, Decatur nr Ivy. 

Queen J L, of Queen <fc Reid, res Rhodes b R R and Elliott. 

Quinn John M, elk, bds Mrs Gallaher. 

Quinn M, upholsterer Chamberlin, Boynton & Co, res Pulliam b Fpir 

and Jones. 
Quinn Mrs R A, res Formwalt b Jones and Rawson. 
Quillian A W, printer Conbt office, bds GTQuillian. ' 
Quillian G T, b k F M Richardson, res w Cain c Bartow. 
Quillian J T, dk O'Connor <fc Reese 1 Marietta st, bds A J Reese. 



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Raab J G, carp, res Hunter b Haynes and D.ivis. 

Rabun M W, asst b k Lowry <fc Co, Alabama st, bds Dr T S Powell 

Pryor st. ' 

Ragan W, b k Kisers, bds Mrs Cozart. 
Ragland L A, res Alexander c Scott. 
Rainwater M G, printer, res Pratt b Decatur in.! Gilmur. 
Rakestraw Georire, of Keltner & R, res Ston.vvali. 
Ralston John A, b k western union telegraph co, office oapitol buildink 

bds L B Davis. ** 

Ramsey Wm, bds Tremont house. 

Ramspeck C M, book binder Franklin printing house, bds Mrs E P 
O'Connor. 

Sandal & Co» wholesale and retail grocers, c Broad and Marietta, 
Randal B P, of Randal & Co, c Marietta and Broad, res Maiietta st 
nr rolling milL 

Randal H J, of Randal <k Co, wholesale and retail grocers, c Marietta 
and Broad, rea Decatur st. 

Randall P H, farmer and raer miller. Marietta st nr rollinir' mill. 

Randall Robt, with Hightower <fc Co, res Decatur b CollinH and Ivy. 

Randall R N, b k T L Wells 78 Whitehall, bis W II Kandali: 

Randall W H, b k T J Hightower <fc Co, re:* e Decitur b Loyd and 
Calhoun. 

Randall — , bds Judge Hammond. 

Ransford Henry, elk Wm Rich <fe Co, res Man^ura c Racetrack. 

Ransom A H, bag mast A <fc W Pt R R, res Luckie c Bartow. 

Ransom A J, bag mast A ifc W Pt R R, res Luckie. 

Ransom, J H, oond A <& W Pt R R, res c Baker and Collins. 

Ransom J C, b k Williams, Langston & Crane, 12 and 14 Alabama st, 
res Loyd b Alabama and Hunter. 

Raper J S, painter Huwald & Gantt, house and sign painters, res 
North ave. 

Rapp John E, watchman opera house, res Simpson b Elliott and Man- 
gum 8t8. 

Rauschenberg A, gas fitter Hunhicutt & Bellingrath, bds Dr C Raus- 
chenberg. '^ . *- 

Rauschenberg^ Dr C, physician, oflice over Jno Ryan'« 60 White- 
hall, res c Hunter and Thompson. 

Raushenburg Chas, butcher, bds E Raushenberg. 

Raushenburg E, meat stall Decatur b Collins and Calhoun, res Hunter. 

Raushenburg E, painter W & A R R shop, res c Hunter and Fort. 

Raushenburg Paul, butcher, bds E Raushenburg. 

Rawlins J G, printer. 

Rawson E E, res Pryor c Rawson, Formwalt and Clark. 

Rawson Wm A, merchant, res c Rawson and Cooper. 

Ray Dr E S, physician, up-stairs 28 Whitehall, res . 

Ray Hiram, res alley nr McLinn's alley. 

Ray John, carp, res Mangum b Rock and Magazine. 

Ray Sandford, carp, res Mangum b Rock and Simpson. 



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Ray Tho8 H, carp, res R R b Jones ave and Johnson, 

Raymond C D, cigar nianufacturer, 10^ Peachtree, bdg . 

Re»d« ^f, elk Pt'ter Lynch, bdn same. . 
Read Wra F, eng, res Decatur st b Pratt and Moore. 
Reaj^fin Willis EjbkMCAJF Kiser, bds Mrs Cozart. 
Ri»chter Oito, saloon, w Mitchell *b Broad and Forsyth, res saiie. 
Ueddmjr Mrs H P, b h, Marietta st nr Bartow. 
Redding- W H, bds Mrp H P Redding. 

Redelsh«-imer A, cigar maker 1 1 Peaohtree, bds Meir's restaurant. 
Redleman Dr J M, of Mead <&; Co, druggista, 60 Peachtree, res Waltoi 
nr Spring. 1 

RedfTlne Ss. Fox, wholesale and retail druggists, 19 Whitehall. 
Red wine C L, of R 6i Fox, bds National hotel. 

Redwino L A, b k Silvoy <fc Dougherty 3 & 5 DooUur st, wholesale 
uealer in dry goods, bds John Silvey. \ 

Reed G W, of li P S Kirnbro d; Co, manufacturers and jobbers cloth- 
ing, 9 Dt'catur st. 
Reed Joe, col, porter T J Hightower A Co, bds Dick rTumphrey. 
Reeder J M, ot Reau Gimpbell A Co, bds R^a Campbell 
Reeder Mrs M H, ren Ga R R b Collins and Calhoun. 
Rees Mrs F A, bds Mrs A J Branham. 



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Rees J C, <jlk E N Kimbris bds Mrs A J Branham. ' 

Reese A J, of O'Connor <fc R, merchants, res w Baker b Peachtree ftnd 
Spring. 

Roese E, oik M C A J F Kiser, bds Mn A L Milligan. 
Reese ]S R, boot and shoe maker with G W Jenkins, up-stairs, bds 
Mrs OrUgus. • » r -^ , 

Reese WS, of England <fe Co, grocers, grain and produce dealers. 76 
I'eachtree, res . ^1 

Reeve.1 Chw, switcher Ga R R, res c Peters A Garnett. 
1 HeeTes J F, agent Florence sewing machine, res Racetrack c Ste 
phens. , 

Register Dr O J, store 10» Whitehall, res Larkms b Racetrack and 
Walker.* 

Reid M R, of Queen & R, bds J L Queen. 

lii* ^' ^T' ^^ Renter b Terry and King. 

** Prl^ *^^ ^» associate editor daily New Era, bd* Mrs Chisolm 

Reinhardt A N, of Weil & R, res Oak nr^Ivy. 

Remhardt C, watc W A A R R shop, res Davi b Majjazine andFonndry. 

Kd^^'^Ti?'' -^A,^* ^"^^ t^^' '« ^P™tr b Wahon and l.uckie?^ 
MM ^^^°'/*™''^ »'^®^ Decatur nr Young, res sai.ie. | 

pfi^^M^ S • ^^''''^^yP^^Orttnimond'sgal, res Elliott c Jhnrmond. 
Reyno ds Henry, col, brick mason, res Luckie nr Thummnd. i 

Reyno ds J C, pnhter Franklin d house, ree Houston b f ryor and Ivv. 
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Reyno ds Capt John, res Haynes b Rhodes and Matrnzine. 
Reynolds S W^mechanio, res Haynes b Rhodes an I Magazine. 

'!S*!1 S*. K .? * A^ ^^'^ J^^ printing n s e Alabama st up stairs, 
. res c Mitoneil and Mang^m. 

Reynolds Win, res Lambert back rolling mill " 

^^^Emotr"" ^' ^*"'^^'' W (fc A R R shop, res Rholes b R R and 

Rhode s J H, carpenter, bds J H Nealy. 

Rhodps Wallace, elk W & A R R, bds Foster Blodirett. 

Rhod€« WW, paymaster W A A R R, bds Foster Blod^ett. 

Rice Mrs Betsy, res Rock b Man^um and Haynes. 

RIee J^lin, bds £ L Jones. 

Rice P P, of R & Mitchell, lumber dealers, also alderman, res Peach- 
tree c w B^ker. 

^*«e & Mitchell, lumber yard, c Grubb and Cone. 
Rioe Wm, mechanic, res Rhodes c Davis. 
Rice Wm H, mason, res Calhoun b Harris <fe Cain. 
RkCh M Sc> Co, dry goods and clothing, 36 Whitehall. 
Rich M, of M R 4^ Co, ree Washington c Fair. 

?*u w^?^*^ ^?\ wholesale dry goods, clothing, etc, 3 MarietU st. 

Kich Wm & Co, wholesale dry aoods rooms, 10 Peachtree. 

Rich Wm, of Wm R A Co, res Washington c Fair. 

Rich Wm A Co, dry goods, clothing, boots, etc, 11 Whitehall . 

Rich E, elk Wm Rich A Co, bds J Rich. 

UJchWT, track raiser Ga K R, res Ga R R b Calhoun and Butler. 

RlCliaras J jr 4^ N P, wholesale and retail books, stationery, mu- 
sic, etc, 6 bank block Alabama st. 

Richards JJ, ofJJ4;SPR,reses Washinirton c Fair. 

R'chards S P, of J J & S P R, res Washington c Fair. 

Richards A Morris, dry goods and groceries, P.tors opp Stephens. 

Richards M T, 6f R <&; Morris, res Berry ai b Peters and R R. 

Richards W B, butcder, res Cedar b Peachtree and Ivy. 

Richards Wm G, eng A A W Pt R R, res Collins b Cain and Harris. 

Richards H H, col'ing act, res McDonough b Fulton and Richardson. 

Richards Rev Wm, res at J J Richards. 

RIchardftOM, F M, stove and hardware merchant, res c Pulliam 
and Fulton. 

Richardson Prof J A, Atlanta High School, res Simpson b Mangnm and 
Haynes. 

Richardson J J, dk Wm Rich, bds J C Dunlap. 
Richardson J W, wks W <fc A R R, ros Rock c Mangnm. 
Richardson Mac, blacksmith W A A R R shop, res W & A R R shop 

b Foundry and Mechanic. 
Richardson Robt, plasterer, res Rock b Man gum and Haynes. 
Richardson W F, carpenter, res Martin nr Fair. 
Richey C R, bds Mrs L B Davis. 

Richmond J L, traveling agt Wm Rich A Co, bds Mrs A J Simms. 
Riddle C, laborer, res c Gilmer and Collins. 
Riden J, carpenter, res Latimer c Marietta and Luckie. 






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Riffart Jnle% candy makt-r F E Block, Broad gt, bds Peter Berron. 
Rigdon F D, res Rawson b PuDiam and Washington. T 

Ripley T R, wholesale crockery merchant, 47 Peach tree, res Ivy b 

Currier and Pine. 
Rives F G, laborer, bds Mrs A J Grist. j 

Roa4?h Dr R J, pby^ician, office and res c Whitehall and Peters. 
Roach V^ H, blacksmith. Broad, res c Calhoun and Jenkins. 
Roach W T, wks rolling mill. ' • 

Roark W W, elk, bds T J Turner. 

Roberts E M, elk, J C Hal'man <fc Co, res Powers c Spring. 
Roberts Green B, delivery elk so ex co, 86 e Alabama, res Whitehall 
Roberts H C, elk, W & A R R, bds Calhoun house. i 

Roberts John, carpenter, bds Thomas Hoge's. I 

Roberts J W, elk, L Scoffield & Son, res Marietta nr Rolling railL 
Roberts J W, brick ma^on and plasterer, res Peaohtree c Alexander. 
Roberts L D, book kepper, D L Hill's res c Forsyth and Gamett. 
Roberts Mrs M J, res Marietta nr Rolling mill. | 

Roberts Mark L, carpenter, res Alabama b Forsyth and R R track. 
Roberts W B, elk, Howell A Co, res Magazine nf Elliott. i 

Robertson U O, mechanic, Ga R R shop, res Calhoun nr Med College. 
Robertson E A & V L, crro's and prov'n dealers, James' b, Peachtiee st. 
RoberUon E A, of E A <& V L R, res Ellis b Calhoun and Butler^ 
Robertson E W, bridge builder, res c Fraser and Rawson. t 

Robertson Henry, wks, Ron<leau <fc Co factory, bds M A Moore'fti 
Robertson J J, eng, A <fc W Pt R R, res Fraser b Clark <& liawson. 
Robertson J L, ai^t diamond concert, hdn Dr Drakes. , 

Robertson Mary J, res Fraser near Richardson. ' 

Robertson V L, of E A <fc V L R, res Ellis b Calhoun and Butler* 
Robinson C E, elk, J M Hill's, 13 Marietta, bds D F Hammond's. 
Robinson & Davis, com mer and labor agts 97 Whitehall st. I 
Robinson G M, ins ngt, res Foundr\ b Luckie and Walton. j 

Robinson I<4aac, of Longly & Robinson, bds Mrs Monteith's. j 
Robinson James, rental agent, 8 bank block, Alabama, res Thompson b 

Mitchell and Peters. | 

Robinson J D, superint't Constitution office, bds Campbell house. 
Robinson Mack, barber. Marietta st, res at shop. , 

Robinson N M, of R «fe Davis, res 97 Whitehall st. 
Robinson W F, oik M C <k J F Kiser, bds Mrs A L Mulligan's. 
Robson S B, broom factory. Broad st, Parker's building, res Kirkwood. 
Robson R C, ag't. Green line, office, c Marietta and Broad, boards 

Mrs Overby's. 
Rockwell O, school teacher, Pryor st, bds Mrs L B Davis. ( 

Bodes Chas C) ^up^t Atlanta gas company, office cor Whitehall and 

w Alabama, res Loyd b Alabama and Hunter. | 

Rodgers Joe, mechanic, Hunnicutt <fc Bellingrath, res Marietta nr Cain. 
Rodgers J T, carpenter, res Latimer b Marietta and Luckie. 
Rodgers Mrs M L, widow, dress maker, with Miss M L Gibson, res 

Racetrack o Nelson. 
Rodgers Mrs S, res Latimer b Marietta and Luckie. | 

Rogan L, watchman, Ga R R, res Mangum o Rhodes. ' 

Rogan Mike, res weiit Peters and Railroad. ' ' 

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Decatur and Peachtree and Line, bds Mrs Berry's. 

Sogers G C, cacriage, saddlery and harness, 13 Decatur, res Ellis b 
Collins and Calhoun. 

A Rogers J C, Thompson near Branch alley. 
-^ Rogers J H, of H Lewis <fc Co, res Walton st. 

p Rogers Jno J, meesgr, A <fc W Pt R R sou exp co, 36 e Alabama, bds 
g Dr. Boring's, Fyrsyth. 

£ Rogers Jno, shoe maker, res c Peters and Thompson. 
j^ Rogers J T, dk, Clark A Co, 21 Marietta, bds Mrs Susan Rogers. 
J Rogers J T, wig machine agt, Marietta st, bds Jno Rogers. 
•^ Rogers Mollie, seamstress, up stairs, 116 Whitehall st. 

Rolland M, trader, bds L Seldner. 

Rollins A P, mechanic, res Mitchell, b Elliott and Mangum. 

Rollinffs J W, helper, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, res Rock b Elliott and 
Mangum. 

Rollings Wm, helper, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, res R<>ck b Elliott and 

Mangum. 
Rollo J W, of Ficket A Rollo, 22 Peachtree, res West End. 
Romare Paul, b k, Atlanta National bk, res Pryor b Mitchell <fc Peters. 
Rondeau Wm, res cor Collins and Cain. 
Rooney Nicholas, stone cutter, res Baker b Ivy and Collins. 
Roper T L, painter, res Racetrack b Trebursey and Haynes. 
Rose Ansel, bds with R M Rose. 

S M Rose & COi wh deal's, wine, liqrs, tob'co, ci^/rs, 1 and 3 Broad st 
Roae R M, of R M R & Co, res Gamett b Whitehall and Forsyth. 
Rose Mrs S F, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 
Rosen berger D, elk M & G Hirsch, bds Henry Hirsch. 
Bosenblatt IsaaCt ^ry goods, etc, 66 Powell block, Peachtree, rea 

Whitehall nr Windsor. 
Sosenfeld A* Gate city clothg store, 49 Whitehall, res Peters c Loyd. 

Rosenfeld L, dry goods, clothin^r, etc, 68 Whitehall, res Mitchell near 

Whitehall. 
Rosenfeld S, book keeper, A Rosenfeld, bds same. 
Rosenstrauss M, variety store and optician, 52 Whitehall, bds same. 
Roas Temple, (col) family grocer, Peters head Garnett, hi Is same. 
Rosser's Eating House and Saloon, Decatur b Jvy and Colling, 
Rosser J W, res Calhoun b Houston and Wheat. 
Rosser M J. elk, eating saloon, bds J W Rosser's. 
Rosser W S, brick mason, res Mangum b Rock and Simpson. 
Kote Mayer, cigars, etc. Marietta nr Broad, bds Campbell house. 
Rowe J T, elk, J T Hagan's, 141 Whitehall st, bds same. 
Rowland W H, with J J Norman & Go, c Decatur and Ivy, rea Wei- 

linghai& building. 

Rowland E D, elk. Cox & Hill, 6 Peachtree st, bds Willis Chisholm's. 
Ruoktr J W, of Chapman, R & Co, 86 Whitehall st, bds Mrs A Hoyie. 
Rudy Henry, carpenter, bds H H Carrolls. 
Ruffin Robt, app machinist, A <Sb W Pt R R, bds F Krog's, ar. 
Ruggles W O G, b k, M C <fc J F Kiser, res c James and Crew. 
Rukuyser M, elk, M Wiseberg, 33 Peachtree st, bds M Wiseberg's. 
Rumsey James A, grocer, Peachtree, res R R b Jones' av and Jonnson. 



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RnshtoD Robt E, surveyui^^ A L R R, r<»e c McDonoujjjh and Jonegi 

Bushton Wnii mas machinist, Ga R R Rhop, res McDtonough c Junes. 

Rom Mrs M A, res Marietta st, near Rolling milL 

Rossell James G, carpenter, res Foundry b Elliott and Maneum. 

Rassell Mrs Jane, bds S B Hoyt's. 

Rust C P, broom maker, S 13 Robson's, Broad, st bds Calhoun house. 

Ryan Frank T, bds Mrs Kirkpatrick's. 

Ryan John, dry goods, 60 Whitehall Ht, res Whitehall nr Garnett. 

Ryan M, elk, John Ryan*s, bds John Ryan's. 

Ryan Mrs M Francis, re* Davis, b Rhodes and Magazine. 



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Sage B T, superintendt, A <fc R A L R W, res Peachtree nr c James. 
Sagur H S, elk J C Whitner's ins office 8 Alabama, bds Kimball house- 
Sallaa & DuBose, liquors and tobacco, 61 Whitehall st. 
Sallas S J, of S <k DuBose, res 61 Whitehall st. 

SalmonB & A lexander* hats, furs, straw goods, etc, 42 Whitehall st. 
Salmons L 8, of S <fc Alexander, res c McDonough & Walker. 
Saloshin G, second hand cloth'g h, 23 Decatur st, res same. 
Salter J S, apprentice at Reynolds job office, res Gilmer st 
Salter Dr S F, phys'n, of upstrs, Whitehall, res Bailey nr Stonewall, 
bamuel J P, dairyman, res Whitehall nr corporation line. 
Sanders James, picture dealer, res c Decatur and Calhoun. i 

^Sanders <fc Bower, planing mills, Forsyth b Garnett and Branch alley. 
Sanders Robt, bds Mrs Dr E D Withers. 

Sanders Robert bock k, Hitchcock & Walden, bds Dr Withers. 
Sanders G W, carpenter, res Williams b w Harris and w Baker. 
Sandford D R, oik west union tel co, bds Mrs E M Bosworth's. 
Sargeant & Webb, bar saloon. Hunter st. 

Sargeapt J H, of S & Webb, Hunter, bds Gardner house. Forsyth. 
Sargent C E^ cashier H I Kimball House, res Collins st. 
Sarten Mrs Lou, res Marietta b Bartow and Spring. 
Saunders P, res Windsor b Fulton and Clark. 
SawteU H C, family groceries, 90 WhitehaU st, bds Francis Caldwell. 
Saye J K, res Simpson, b Havden and Orme. 

Saye B At pat'n makr, W & A R R, res Mechanics b Elliott and R R. 
Schalfer Ed, book k, P McDaniel A Co, bds Miss Green's, Peachtree st- 
SchaJfer G, cotton com mer, Hunter st, bds Mrs MJ Green's. 
Schane Jacob, elk, L Rosenfeld, res c Broad and Mitchell. 
Schaer Julius, elk, Eiseraan <fc Bro, bds M Friedman's. 
SbAeibly Wm, int rev dept, bds Campbell house. 
Schelperd L, barber, res Ellis b Calhoun and Collins. * 

Schenok E E, machinist, Ga R R, bds J Schenck's. 
Sbenok John, machinist, W 4 A R R, res Ellis b Ivy and Collins , 
Schiff Fred, clothg, boots, shoes, hats, etc, 16 Whitehall st, bds H Cohen 
Schikar John, dry goods and grocery store, res Mitchell o Elliott, t 

f^ri"^]®?".^^^^^' ^^ ^'^** * ^^' Marietta st, bds National hotel. 
Schlahfeldt George, b k, Porlinn & Thomas, bds c Mitchell and Forsvth. 
Schmidt Robert, of Wright, Schmidt <fc Co, res Mangum nr Markham 



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Sohnell John, works, W A A R R shop, res Foundry b Elliott and 
MaDgum. 
« Schoen Jacob, res Broad nr Mitchell. 
£ Sohapp Adam, barber, 124 Whitehall st, res same. 

Schramm Phillip, tailor, VV B Lowe <fc Co, res McDonough nr Fair, 

Schroater J H, slater, res Peters b Thompson and Forsyth. 

Sohnau Chas, plaster, res Collins nr o Houston. 

Schullz G, London store, Peaohtree st, bds Campbell house. 

Schmnann Theo, Deutsch apotheke, drugs, etc, 48 WhitehaU, res 
Coihns nr Caiu. 

Scofleld Boiling MilL Marietta nr Oglethorpe park. I 

Soofleld L & Son, groceries and dry gi>pd8, Marietta op Rolling mill. 
Scofleld Lewis, sr. Rolling mill CO, PeaeWcfie junc Pryor 
Soufield LewiH, jr, merchant, Houston b Peachtree and Ivy 

w* S M ''Ji^u^'l^'L* ^5' ^^^J^^*- ^^e^J^^H, bds Mrs fe*E MerrilFs 
Scott H M, of Banks & S, wild lan<l agts, res Powers c Scott. 
Scott J A, of P J <fc Soott, bds Gen Garlington. 

« Scott Jno, (col) porter WilUams, Langston A Crane 12 and 14 Ala- 
bama st. 

Scott Wm H, elk ex dept, bds Mrs E E Merrill 
Scrutchin J, civil enj? of city, bds T Scrutchin 

^J^SiS^iiJ W w^ McNaught, Ormond & Co,* res Mangum c Mitchell. 
^crUi^S^ W li, New Era, res o Wmdsor and Rawson. | 

Seafl^O A K, merchant and dealer in leal esute, c Forsyth and Mitch 

ell, res West End. 
Seales Mrs Sarah, res c Collins and B iker. 
Sears J W, wks Ga shop, ren Hunter b Haynes and Davis. 
Seavy James, enj? Ga R R, res Jones b Washington and Crew. ' 

Second Baptist Church, o Washington and Mitchell, Rev W T Brant- 

ley, pastor. 

Seelige Jonas, elk S L Cohen, bds same. 

Selfzer Henry, dealer in queensware and house furnishing goods. 

Broad nr Marietta st, res same. 
Sfildner Lewis, asst ass'r Ist division, office with ass'r, res Whitehall nr 

Garnett. 

Sessions Mrs S E, res Cain b Ivy i^ Collins. i 

Setzer Mrs N E, b h, Peters nr Thompson, res same. I 

Sisters of Mercy, school near Catholic Church. ^ \ 

Seweli James P, grocer Gordon st West End, res Peters West End. 
Sewell Saml, res Ptters, West End. 

Sexth Jacob, baker John Peel, bds same. | 

Shaokleford Mrs E W, res Calhoun b Foster and Jenkins. I 

Shackelford R L, b k A Ergenzinger, bds Campbell house. 
Shackleford T S, saloon, res Calhoun b Foster and Jenkins. ' 

Shackelford Wm, dk Cook's music store, bds Campbell house. 
Shadden J H, oik A J Williams, rw Ilayden b w Baker and w Harris. 
Shanaban Wm, boot and shoe maker Chas Hughes <fe Son, res same. 
Shannon George, com mer Broad nr Hunter, bds John Crawford. 
Sharp. Boroughs ft Co> tobacco com mer 84 WhitehalL 
Sharp A B, of S^orougbs de Co, -res c Mangum 



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Sharp & Floyd> jewelers and watch makers. No 29 Whitehall. 
Sharp Geo,jr, of S & Floyd, res Nelson nr M & W R R. 

Shaver, Eev David D, Editor Christian Index, res Decatur and 

Calhoun. 
Shaver, David, jr., elk Ga R R Depot, bds Dr. Shaver's. 
Shaver, S M, on Air-Line R R, bds Dr Shaver's. 
Shaw, G C, printer, bds S H Shaw. 

Shaw, JaM B, money elk So Ex Co, 86 Alabama st, bds S H Shaw. 
Shaw, S H, printer, New Era, res c Ivy, Houston and Collins. 
Shearer, Wm, blacksmith, res Decatur c Calhoun and Butler. 
Sheets, Sam'l, res Peters b Stephens and Walker. 
Shehane, Dan, bds Mrs Tresilian. 

Sheldon, Wm H, blacksmith, res Foundry b Davis and Vine. 
Sheppard, Chas C, wks Hall's tobacco factory, bds G W IlalPs. 
Sheppard, E, elk at W B Moore's bds H I Kimball House. 
Sheppard, Mrs M A, bds J Daniels. 
Sheppard, Wm, Tinner, res Ellis b Clifford and Calhoun. 
Sheriden, R S, Engineer, res Haynes b Rhodes and Hunter. 
Sheriden, Thos, Engineer A & W Pt R R, bds T C Murphy. 
Sheriden, G W, Engineer W <k A R R res c Ellis and Collins. 
Sheriden, Geo W, jr.. Tinner Buice's Tin Shop, Peachtree, bds Geo W 

Sheriden. | 

Sheriden, W N, cabinet apprentice, bds G W Sheriden. 
Sherman, C B, elk Silvey, Dougherty & Co, bds John Silvey. 
ShorwOOd & £dwardS) contractors and builders, c Alabama and 

Loyd. I V 

Sherwood, Sam B, olf S & E, res c Butler and Decatur. 
Shipp, J V, of Clark <k Co, 21 Marietta, res Social Circle, Ga. 
Shivers, Eddie, cigar stand at Horse-shoe Saloon, res lioyd st. 
Shivers, Mrs, boarding house, Walton near Baptist Church. 
Shields, Robt, painter, res Hayden b w Harris and w Baker. 
Shoemake, MrsM A, res Marietta near Thurmond. 
Shorter, R C, elk Rondeau & Co, res Butler c Hunter and Ga R K. 
Shropshire, A J, of Boykin & Shropshires, bds W A Mitchell. 
Shropshire, W R, of B & S, bds W A Mitchell. 
Shropshire, W R, elk J C Holhrooks Peachtree, bds J Hoyle. 
Shropshire, E A, res Peters b Fors\th and Thompson. 
Shultz, Geo, London Store, bds Campbell House. 
Shumate, C R, brick mason, res on Ga R R 
Shumate, Prof J M C, res Ivy c Ellis. 

Shumate, Sam, (colored) Truckman Ga R R D.*pot, livos on Wheat st. 
Shaltz <fc Baxter, wholesale and retail liquors No. 61 Peachtree si. 
Shultz, W S, of S <fc Baxter, Peachtree, res Marit-tta near Rolling Mill. 
Shuttle, Larenza, peanut stand, Peachtree, bds- W S Shuttle. 
Siesel, S, dk B Decker, bds B Decker. ^ 

Silva, A W, printer. Constitution, bds B C Waddail. ^ 

Silverberg, M, dry goods and notions, 6:^ VViiitehall, bds 63 Whitehall. 
Silvey, Dougherty & Co., wholesale dry goods, notions, etc., 3 & 5 

Decatur st. ! * 
Silvey, John, of Silvey & Dougherty, wholesale dealers in. dry goods 
and nptions. No. 3 <fc 5 Decatur St., res Marietta st. 



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Simmerman, Mrs bds B F Harris. 

Simms, Mrs A J res Whit«haU b Garnett and Branch Alley. 

Simms, J B, bds Mrs A J ^imips. ^ 

Simms, P, res Walker b Booth Allev and StonewaH. 

Simms. T G, wnt Shryook 6z RowUpd, rw Forsyth c Grubb. 

""^ » ^^*' groceries and liqpors. Marietta jane Walton. . 
i» VrJ M. oflioeup sUir« 1 Granite Block, bds Mrs Overby 

l^TiX^ ^ uT^®** Whitehall, dealers in produce and provisions, 
24 Alabama, bds CannoD H«ase. f • > 

Simms, P B, res nr side Walker at. 

Simms, Mrs, bds Mrs Overby. 

Simmons, M T, of S A Hunt, grocers, res Luckie o Simpson. 

Simmons, Sqnire, helper Porter <fe Butler's, h Wheat stf 

Simmons, T W, bds Mrs Cody. , 

^'""iTckir^"^ ^' ^"^"^^ ^^^^^' Marietta, res Latimer b MtJVietia and 

Simmons, elk Miller & Lyons, bds Mrs Dr ED Withers. 

Simon, G, helper at J J Ford's, res Foundry st. 

Simon, S» proprietor Exchange ResUurant, 11 Alabama st. 

Simonton, OF, elk Hilsman, Burt <b Co, bds Mrs Cozart. 

Simonton, J K, of Hilsman, Burt A Co, bds Mrs Cozart. 

Simpson, G W, pnnter. 

Simpson, Marion, brick mason, res Stonewall st. , 

Simpson, Mrs Nancy, res Stonewall ht. 

Simpson, O F atty res Washington b Richardson and Fulton. 

sZrv P 7r 'V' ^ ^ ^T^T^ ^ ^^' ^' ^^"- Darlington. 
Alabama st ^*'"^°''^*^ ^""^ Printipg Office, flillyer's building, 

Sisson, V P, firm V P Sisson A Co, Hillyer's building, Alabama st. 

res Taylor Hill. 
Sisson, M H, of Talley <jb S, bds Cwnon House. i 

Skates, W M, elk Wai Kirkland res Decatur b Fort and Paekard^s AI. 
Skinner, J <k Co, grocers, 99 Whitehall. u b ^i. 

Skinner, J, of J 8 <k Co, bds W A Mitchell. 

Slaughter, Mi^s Eliza, bds J T Hall , j 

Slaughter, J T, phynioUn, res Trebursey b Race Track and High. ^ 
SUymaker, W A, book and school furnishing agent. No. 8 Bank Block, 

Alabama st, res n s Cooper st. * 

Sledfire Mrs Mary L, res Thurmond b Elliott and Maniruro. 
Sloan, l^^ai^. pwnteis rjs Mills st, b Orme and Lovffoy. 

*R^t^S;^f '''' ^""'^ ^^^ •^ Turf Exchange, bds 

Sloan, W J Med Director U S A, o Ivy Forreat ay. 

Small, Mrs C M, res b Jones and Rawson. 

Small, Mrs M A, res c R R st and A & W Pt Depot Grounds 

Smith, Mrs A E, res Williams st o w Baker. ^ grounds. 

Smith, Allen, brick maker, res Magaiine b Elliott and Manirum. 

Imlth t°i^^°V»"?e' DeKalboounty, res Peters near Thompson. 
Smith, A S, res Stephens b Race Track and Walker ^ 

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Smjth, Brice, elk Abbott <fc Bros, res Walker near Bu«,ih Alley. 

Smilh C D, pnnter. Intelligencer office, bds W Meador's. 

Smith Charlie, fireman, W A A R R, bdti Mph Dougherty's 

Smith Chas W, elk, Mrs J H Purtell, 1 Peachtree. 

Smith Dan, eng, W «fc A R R, bds Mrs EmbreeV. 

Smith Dive, carpenter. National hotel, bds sanie. 

Smith E C, earpenter, res Fair b King and Terry. 

S nith Mrs Elizabeth, widow, res oor Gilner and Collins. 

Smith Mrs Elizabeth, res MeDonough b Crumly and Riehsrdson. 

Smith Frank A^ banker and broker in stoeks, general auction and 

eom merchants, e^dlecting and ins agt, ete, office Kimball house 
Smith F E, elk, Compion & Co, bds Wm Ezzard's. 
Smith F O, elk, Dr Mitebell, Peters, res R R c McDaniel. 
Smith Mrs Francis, res Marietta nr Rolling mill. 
Smith H A, wks Rolling mill, bd«» M J Roberts. 
Smith H S, book keeper, res Williams oor w Baker. 
Smith Isaac R, carpenter, res Marietta st. 
Smith J A, express office, bds Mrs 8 Smith's. 
Smith James A, wks Rolling mill, res Rolling mill lot. 
Smith James, machinist, res Elliott, b Hui.ter and Rhodes. 
Smith Jamefi, (ool) shoe and boot maker, res Peachtree cor w Baker. 
Smith J B, eng. National Hotel, bas Mrs S Smith's. 
Smith J B, res R R b Spring and Bartow. 
Smith J B B, res West End. 

Smith Jesse B, warehouseman, southern express company. 
Smith JeNse, foreman. Porter A Butler's shop, res c Fraser and Clark. 
Smith J Henly. genl ^gt Globe mutual lite ins co, 50 Whitehall, res 

West End. 
Smith J M, cbnd, W & A R R, res Foundry b Elliott and Mmgum. 
S Smith Jpo A, firm of Moore A Marsh, 17 Decatur corner Pryor, bds 
^ Cannon house. I 

SmiUi John M of McB <fc S, bds Amerioan Hotel 
Smith Jno M, bar saloon, Peters and M de W R R eropsing, res same. 
Smith John S, ass't yard master, W A A R R, res Elliott b Magazine 
and Foundry. j ^ 

Smith John T, earpenter, res junc Peters and Walton. 
Smith Joseph, elk, Thompson, Bro & Co, bds H R Cody's. 
Smith Joe B, bar tender, Amerioan hotel, bds same. 
Smith Joseph H, agt Maryland life ins co, office 21 Marietta st, bds Dr. 
Murphy's. j 

Smith Joe S, sr, res o Whitehall and Peters. 

Smith Jos S, jr, elk, bds J S SmtUi, sr, Peters st. 

Smith J P, mechanic, bds C A Cannon's. 

Smith Judd, book keeper, A J McHride A Co, bds Mrs Fisher's. 

Smith June P, b k, A Landsberg Jb Co, bds at Mrs Colbert, Marietta st. 

Smith Lee* saloon, 15 Marietu st, bds up stairs, over Bohnefeld. 

Smith L F, carpenter, res Green's Ferry Road. 

Smith L J <fc Co, family grocers, e Mitchell b Whitehall and Broad. 

Smith L J, firm L J S ife Co, res MitcheU b Windsor and Smith. 

Smith Lucian, elk, Pemberton, Taylor & Co, bds Joseph Smith. 



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Smith M, of Kohn & Co, bds G W Jack's. 

Smith Maj J, bds B D Smith's. 

Smith Mrs Mary, ry Hull b Simpson and w Baker. 

Smith Miss Mattie, dress maker, up stairs, 72 Whitehall st, bds same. 

Smith M J, res Lambert, back of Rolling mill. 

Smith M W. American hotel, bds Mrs E Smith's. 

Smith E P, elk, bds B D Smith's. 

Smith P H. overseer, Rolling mill, res Rolling mill lot. 

Smith Robt, barber, 82 Whitehall st, bds M H Bentley's. 

Smith R Windsor, mess so ex co, res Whitehall b Smith and McDaniel. 

Smith Sallie, seamstress, np s'airs, 84 Whitehall st. 

Smith Susan Mrs, res Qa R R b Calhoun and Butler. j 

Smith T P, machinist, W <fc A R R shop, res Collins b Decatur and 

Georgia Railroad. 
Smith W B, elk, U S court, res Stonewall b Racetrack and Hitrh. 
Smith William, boot maker. Flipper's, res Irwn st. 
Smith W R, wks Rolling mill, res Lambert, back of Rollins mill.- 
Smith W S, elk, Brumby <fc McPherson's. 
Smith Z H, carpenter, Peck's mill, res c Hunter and Terry. 
Smythe W H, U S marshall, office Brown's building, Broad st, boards 

Kimball house. 
Sneed G H, b k, J M Holbrook, bds American hotel. 
Sneed Jno, barber. Gate city barber shop, res Hunter st. 
Snook P H, of Rondeau & Co, res c Collins and Cain. 
Snow H Y, of McMillan <fc S, res c Ellis and Calhoun. 
Snow John, eng, A & R A L R, res Gilmer b Collins <fe Calhoun, 
bnyder C R, painter, res Harris b Butler and Fort. 
Snyder D D, alderman, U S ganger for Atlanta, res Jackson and Cain. 
Solomon C S, civil eng, res c Mitchell and Crew. 
Solomon R H, farmer, res o Mitchell and Crew. 

Solomons S L, watch mkr and jewel'r, 14 Whitehall st, bds H fcohen. 
Solomon Wm, res c Mitchell and Crew. 

Sommers M, cloth'g and gents furn'g goods, 18 Whitehall, res Gamett 
Sondheim bam, of Menko, Bro <fc Co, bds Jas Menko. 
near Forsyth. 

Southern Express Company, office general passenger depot, F F 

Coulter, agt, C T Campbell, assist't sup't. 
South Frank, conductor, W & A R R, bds Mrs C Mills. 
Southern Life Insurance Co, dep't South, office Marietta c Broad. 
Spacklm H, operator w union tel co, bds c Washington and Alabama. 
Spahr Mrs M, hair goods, up stairs, 44 Whitehall st. 

qP"u^ fZ^^'J^i^i"^^ ^^ Peachtree, 106 Whitehall and 25 Decatur. 
Sparks J W, of S <fc Tie, res Lines nr Ivy. 

Sparks John, eng, Montgomery and Eufala R R, res c Terry A? Ga R R 

Sparks W C, elk, S <fc Tie, 17 Peachtree, bds J W Sparks 

Spaulding Volney, res c McDonough and Clark. 

Spear Chas, candy maker, res Windsor b Fulton and Clark 

Spear Chas H, candy mkr, WP Chisholm, res M & W R R c Castleberry. 

Spears W J, elk W & A R R, res Spring b Marietta and R R 

Speirs & Co, pubhshmg Banner ot the Church, office 8 granite block 

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Speirs WS, of S A Co, R R printing e^ablishment, office 8 eranite 

block, Broad, res Nelson nr R R bridge. 
Spence J D, printer, True Georgian office, res Stonewall st. 
Spence N C, carriage maker, McBride & Smith, res same. 
Spence Wm, carpenter, res Stonewall b Walker and Racetrack. 
Spencer A S, res Markham b Elliott and Mangum. 
Spencer ft Livseyf proprietors exchange bar. Broad st. 
Spencer G C, of Spencer <fe Livsey, Broad st, res Cooper. * 

Spencer L M, bds AS Spencer's. 

Spencer S B, att'y at law, office up stairs, 66 Whitehall st, res c Pryor 
and Peteis. j ^ 

Spencer Thos, justice of peace, res junc Walker and Nelson. 

Spencer Wm, machinist, res junc Walker and Nelson. 

Spencer —, res Cooper b Jones and Rawson. 

Speman — , cabinet maker, bds P Berron's. 

Speights A M ft COi proprietors daily and weekly Sun, office c Broad 

and Alabama. 
Speights A M, of A M S & Co, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Spinks H T, carpenter, res Haynes b Magazine and Foundry. 
Spinks Lewis D, watchman, A <fc W Pt R R, res c Hunter and Fort. 
Spjnks W R, brick mason, res Haynes b Magazine and Foundry. 
Sponsler G R, apprentice. Porter <k Butler's, bds J F Sponsler's. 
Sponsler J F, pattern mkr. Porter & Butler's, res c King <k Hunter. 
Spracklen Arthur, telegraph operator, bds Mrs T S Garner's. 
Sprayberry H J, atty at law, offipe up stairs, granite block, Broad st, 

btU Mrs Goodes. 

Springer Theo, barber, Alabama, res Thompson b Hunter and Alabama. 

Spurlock James, res Walker, b Booth alley and Stonewall. ' 

Stabor C, elk, bds 107, up stairs, Whitehall st. 

Stadelman Jacob, machinist, res Mechanics, b R R and Elliott. ' 

Staley John A, real est agt, 10 Peachtree, res c Alabama <fc Washington. 

Staley J H, real estate agt, bds Tremont house. 

Staley Mrs S M, propr'ss, Tremont house. Marietta c Bartow. 

Stallings D W, elk, Saml A Echols, Broad, res Rawson. 

Stallings J W, elk, Saml A Echols, res Rawson st. 

Stallion J H, machinist, res Mechanic b R R and Elliott. 

Standird G C, moulder. Porter & Butler's foundry, bds Jesse Smith's. 

Stanford T Mi boot mkr, M O Markham, res Baker b Harris <& Cain. 

Stanton W L, grocer and res Peters, b Stephens and Walker.; 

Stark — auctioneer, boards at Mrs Powers. 

State House, comer Marietta and Forsyth. 

St Ciair A N, bar keeper. National Hotel, bds same. 

Stearns John C, bricklayer, res Lambert st, back of Rolling mill. 

Stearns J N, depty U S marshal^ res Racetrack cor Stonewall. 

Stedman ft Klies> proprs Gate city bar, R R nr Whitehall. 

Stedman Chas P, of S & Kries, bds Mrs Valentino's. 

Stegal H, wks gas co, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes.' 

Steagall Wm, moulder, Ga R R shop, bds Mrs A Downs. 

Steele Mrs J H, res Calhoun b Gilmer and Decatur. 

Steele George, elk, store room, W <fe A R R. 

Steerman J C, elk, Hightower's, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebarsey. 



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^w?l*!! ?'**"' ^"""y »"** *'»P'« '^■■y goo*!*, wholesale and rataU. 
ov W hiteball st. j * 

Stein heimer David, of S <fe Bros. 

Steinheimer Jacob, of S & Bros. 

SteiDheimer ^aac, of S <fe Brog, reft Whitehall nr Garnett. 

Otegnens, riynn & Co, gen'l commmsion merch't, Forsyth nr R R 

Stephens H S, grocery and res Peters, nr Stephens. 

Stephens John carpenter, res Peters b Stephens and Walker 

OtepnenB John A, of Gartrell <Sc S, res cor Ivy and Cain. 

Stephens J A machine smith, bds J H Barrett's. 

^l2hZl T ^ Q^* 7^^}"^ building, res Fiimore b Moore and BelL 
Stephens ^hn S, of S ^lynn A Co, res Jackson n of Harris. 
Stephens Wm, carpenter, res Peters nr Stephens. 
Stephens W P, carpenter, res Green's ferry road. 
Sterchi Miss E, teacher, res Wheat b Pryor and Ivj. 
Sterchi J H, teller Low ry '8 bank, res Wheat b Pr/or and Ivy. 
Sterling DrW L, physician, res w Cain b Luckie and Walton. 
Steward W H boot maker, W W Steward, bds W W Steward's. > 
Steward W W boot and shoe maker, Marietta nr jono Walton, res oor 
oprinjf and Luckie. I 

Steward Mrs^H, confectionery, MarietU nr June Walton, res cor Spring 

Stewart A R book keeper, L B Langford, bds A B Langford's. . 
Stewart C W, prmter. o » « • 

Stewart .D W, caipenter, res Booth's alley. 

Stewart Geo, sr, superintendent of streets, res Booth's alley. 

Stewart George, sr printer Economical office, res Booth's alley. 

Stewart G W, machmist. Porter <k Butler's, res Booth's alley. 

Stewart John, carpenter, res Moore b Decatur and Fiimore. 

Steward J H, carpr, res Simpson b Mangum and Hayn. s. 

Stewart J J city express, res Stephens b Racetrack and Walker. 

Stewart J M, res Booth's alley. 

Stewart J S, of Tommey «fe S, res Oxford, Ga. 

Stewart W P, elk city market, res Rawson b MoDonough and Fraser. 

Stewart Win M, shoe and boot maker, res Spring c Lucfie. 

Stidham, R, res Walker b Stephens and Peters. 

St. John, ^eonioney order elk postoffice, c res Luckie and Hull. 

Stocking, Sam'l, b k Ga Nat Bank, bds s Marietta. 

Stocksick, Fred, bar of D E Smith ife Co, res same. 

Stockton, Benj, gas fitter, res Elliott c Rock. 

Stockton, Daniel, gas fitter, res Elliott c Rock. 

l^n!;wt ''''' M^''ll''^u ^'tT Foundry, res Elliott c Rock. ^ 

Stockton, Mrs Sarah, res Elliott c Rock. 



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Whitehall sC. 
Stokes, J VV, of S & Bro, res c Whitehall and Garnett. 
Stokes, J W D, bds Calhoun House. 
Stokes, W F, of S & Bro, res c Crew and RaWson. 
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Stone^ A J, eng W & A R R, res Dent Alley, b Elliott and Mangum 
Kock and Simpson. , • '^ 

Storrs School, Houston b Collins and C;ilh<»uir 

Stout, Burrell, mail elk Era office, bds Dr. Smut. ^-- 

®*^^n WK- A?' pbysician and Sec'y Board of Education, office No. 

60 Whitehall, res Forsyth c Branch Alloy 
Stout^Thos E, Mess. W & A R R, So Ex Co, 36 Alabama st, bds at 

Dr b U fetout. 
Stovalt, Frank, train hand A & W Pt Railro.id 

l''*''^''r "IfV*'** at Tutwilers, c Loyd & AU'oa na. I>.ls Calhoun House. 
Stove , M T, grocery and res Peters b Stepluns a„.| Walker. 
Stovall, Dr O, office Broad, res Stonewall c Race Tiaek. 
Stowers, Geo, carp. Fair c Bell and Fort. 

St. Philips Episcopal Church c Washington and Hunter, Rev Chas W 
Ihomas, Rector. 

Stranve, Thaukiuar, carp, bds Mrs Gray. 

Strickland S L, jr., b k A S & T C Mason, bds Mrs E F O^Connor. 

Stripling, W G, of Adair & S, res Forsyth h Mitchell and Hunter 

Strong, B W, bk C H Strong, Broad st, bds Mrs E B Strong. 

Strong, CH, cotton com mer, res Ellis b Collins and Calhoun. 

Strong, D, merchant, b<ls Mrs King, Rhodes. 

Strong, Mrs £ B, res Ellis b Collins and Calhoun. 

Strong, N B, elk C H Strong's warehouse, bds Mrs E R Siron<r. 

Stroud, brick mason, res Race Track b Stonewall and Stephen^! 

Stroup, A W, carp, Peachtree b Mills and Hu».nicuit. 

Stroupe, J, mechanic, res R R opp McLinus Alley. } 

St Stephen's Episcopal Church, orphans free hchool building, c Forsyth 
and Walton, Rev Jos Cross, rector. j 

Stubblefield D, bds at the Tremont house. 

Stubblefield M^ proprietor Stubblefield house, c Alabama and Pryor. 

Sturm Jacob, clerk, Menko, Bro <fc Co, bds Jofi Menko's. 

Sullivan C, wks W A A R R shop, res Haynes b Rhodes and Magazine. 

Sullivan Dt nnis, blacksmith, res Decatur b Pratt and Bell. 

SullivaL Patrick, res Davis b Magazine and Foundry. 

Summerhour H, of Hallman <k Co, Peachtree st, res country. 

Summerhour H, of H & Co, res Hightower, Ga. 

Sumner W D, druggist, res corner Cain and Collins. 

Sumption Tom, painter, boards E A Masters. 

Swann Wm, elk, J M & J C Alexander, res Decatifr, Ga. 

Sweeney Dr W P, b k, J T Hagan's, 114 Whitehall st. 

Sweet Mrs M E, res Luckie b Foundry and Thurmond. 

Swift Thos, elk, W B Lowe <k Co, bds American hotel 

Swinney Dr M E, res Williams corner west B^ker. 

Swinney Dr W E, res Williams comer west Baker. 

Sysemore Wm, res Elliott b Foundry and Thurmond. 

Symmons W P, accountant, Kimball house, bds W A Mitchell's. 



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Tallulah Fire Co, No 3^ engine house Broad, b Marietta and Walton. 

Tanner W J, of P <fc G T Dodd & Co, bds G T Dodd»8. 

Tart Snwth, col'd boarding house, Loyd b R R and Decatur, res saiiie. 

rarver Henry, planter, res Washington b Mitchell and Peters 

Tate James, family arocer, Decatur b Pratt and Moore. 

Tate Mrs M J, res Calhoun b Deoatur and Gilmer. 

Tatum 4j Co, family groceries. Marietta b Bartow'and w Cain. 

Tatum R P, of T <fc Co, res Bartow b Marietta and R R. 

Tant H L, carpenter, res Houston b Collins and Calhoun. 

Tant W W, carpenter, res Davis cor Hunter 

Taylor Clinton, of Archer & T, w Alabama res Ivy b Wheat and Liile. 

Taylor Miss C, principal, select school, Mitchell b Washington & Loyd 

Taylor Geo, bds Chisolm's, cor Wheat and Collins. 

Taylor H S, of Alien & T, family grocery, Peachtree, res Peachtree b 
Cedar and Pme, 

Taylor Dr J A, of Pemberton, Taylor <fc Co, res Hunter b Loyd and 

Washington. 

Taylor Jno, oik, Maher's saloon, bds M E Maher's, Mangum st. * 
Taylor John foreman barber, 82 Whitehall st, res Jennings' town. 
Tay or J R, family grocery, res Victoria b R R and Gray 
Taylor L D, carpenter, res Hunter b Haynes and Davi^ i 

Teat James, bar tender^ Philadelphia ale depot, Huntpr 8t, bds samei 
Telegraph Co W U, office, State house, Jefferson Herric.k, nianairer. 
Telford Jno G, boot and shoe maker, Chas Hughes & S .n, bdn sSme 
Ternune James* commission merchant in livestock, stall 1, house 78 

Peachtree st, bds Cannon house. 

Terry Geo W, machinist, Ga R R shop, res Hunter b Terry and King 
Thoden Harman, book kr, res Racetrack b Haynes and Mangum. 
Ihorp C H R, tinner, res Davis corner Mitchell. 
Thigpen B F, county surveyor, Ashby st, West End. 

T^nm.%"^ ^^Tl' iT^*^^"' W A A R R, Rev H F Buchanan 
Thomas Chas S, clerk, R H Goodman's, bds Campbell houne. 

?hZ!I! ^ P ^!r^ ^^J'l '^'''l^ '^^ ^""'^y'^ ^ ^'-^^^ «1 «"^ Harnett 
Thomas E C, dk. Chamberlain, Boynton & Co, bds Dr T S Powell's. 

ThZ^ qT' ' w ''^. 5!^^°' "^.^ Racetrack b Stephens and Larkins. 
Thomas S P, mer. West A Edwards, res Trebursey b Racetrack <fc Hieh. 
Thomas L P, res Gilmer b Calhoun and Butler. ^ 

Thomas Phillip, carpenter, res Houston b Collins and Calhoun. 
Thomas R S, res Ivy b Cain and Ellis. 

Thomas Robert T, tailor, Mrs J H Purtell, 7 Peachtree, res Elliott b 
Hunter and Rhodes. 

Thomas T L, eng, M & A R R^ and fam'y grocr, Ga R R b King & BeU. 
Thomas Eliza Mrs, res Ga R R b King and Bell. 

TW?fr9 ^f^^^T^'S'i' o ^"15'^Ti°'r?^> ^ ^'•^*^ ^"^ Alabama. 
Thomas G I, of G I T & Son, bds Dr R Q Stacy. 

Thomas G S of Farrow & T^ atty at law, res Jackson nr Harris. 
Thomas Dr G W, res Ivy b Pine and Cedar. 

l^TT. ? ^' "fS^ '^ ^'^^^'^ ^2 Whiteh^l, bds Mrs Cald wolKs. 
Thomas Jerry, (col) bar room, Forsyth nr Marietta, res same. 
Thomas John, tax collector, res Peters b R R and Booth alley. 



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Thomas J L, fireman Ga R R, bds Mrs E Thomas. / L 

Thomas J W, of G I T <fc Son, res Whitehall south of Windsor. 7 
Thomas J W <k Co, com merch'ts and brokers, c Broad and Alabama 
Thomas H A, oik, A C & B F Wyly, bds Campbell. r 

Thomason Misses S <fc S, mantua makr's, Markhara's blk, Whitehall hi. 
Thompson GeOt machinist and engr, McPherson birraoks, res same. 
Thompson Janney, elk. Chamberlain, Boynton At Co,jl)d>* Ani.rican h. 
Thompson J B, fam gro'r. Marietta, res Fair h Fi a»ei and McDonough. 
Thompson John R, bailiff, Spencer's office, res Berry cor For^iyth. 
Thompson Dr Jos* res cor Pryor and Jones. 
Thompson Joseph, jr, bds at Col S B Spencer's. - 

Thompson J W, of T Bro & Co, bds Mrs Overby's. 
Thompson R G, steward, Kimball house, res Marietta st. ' 
Thompson Richard, car builder, res Luckie nr junc w Cain. 
Thompson Rufus, carpenter, bds C A Cannon's. 
Thompson Willis W, sr, fam gro'r, Decatur b Butler & Pratt. 
Thompson Dr W B D. office Decatur, res Fair. 
Thompson W W jr. elk, Willis W Thompson, bds same. 
Thompson A P, oik, T M <fe R C Clarke, res Spring b Luckie <fc Walton. 
Thompson & Brown (col) barber shop, 6 Alabama st, res same. 
Thompson, Bro <fc Co, family groceries, 87 Whitehall st. 
Thompson C G, of Thompson, Bro & Co, bds H R Cody's. 
Thomas W S» of Lester 6i T, bds Kimball hou.se. 
Thorpe C, tinner, Hunnicutt & Bellingrath. 
Thornton Mrs Mary R, res Peters b Booth alley and-R R. 
Thornton S C, elk, L Mihalovitch, res Mitchell nr M A W R R depot 
Tbrash L B, app Intelligencer office, bds Mrs J A Freeman's. 
Thrasher <fc Thrasher, attys at law, up stairs. Marietta nr c Peachtree. 
Thrasher Albert M, of T & T, res Forsyth cor Grubb. 
Thrasher H H, of T & T, bds Mrs M J Cruchfield's. 
Throwtr B K, res Luckie b w Cain and Bartow. 
Thrower J Q, contracting plasterer, residence Mangum b Nelson and 
Markhaia. 

Thrower J K, printer, FranklingP H, res Luckie b w Cain and Bartow. 
Thormon Phillip^ proprietor brick yard, office 1 1 w Alabama st. 
Thurman Dr F D, dentist, res Martin b Eraser and Rawson. 
Thurmond Benj, brick maker, res Elliott b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Thurmond David, brick maker, res Elliott b Foundry and Thurmond. 
Thurmond J( hn, elk, Henry Seltzor, res Marietta st.' 
TidweU & HoUidayf family groceries, etc, 98 Whitehall st. 

Tidwell R W, of T A Holliday, res Markham b Elliott & Mangum. 

Tignor W A, of Hulsey & T, res Filmore cor Moore. 

Tiller Jno, gardner, res Peters corner Garnett. 

Titlebaum A, of M Rich <fc Co, res Whitehall near Garnett. 

Titlebaum E, elk, Wm Rich 6i Co, Marietta st, bds S Newald's. 

Titlebanm W* hoop skirt and millinery, 23 Whitehall, res Whitehall 

near Garnett. 
Tolbert <Se Helton, boot and shoe makers, c Walton and Broad. 
Tolbert Jas, boot maker, T <fc Helton, res Peters st. 
Tolbert Wm, of T & Helton, res Peters st. 



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Tolli-^on Mrs E, residence Dairy Dear Luckie. 

Tommey & Stewart* hardware and cutlery, 19 WMtehall st. 

Tommey W V, apprentice, Portei &, Butler's foundry, bds Mrs Wilson 
X^eoat'Ur st* 

Tommey V R, of T & Stewart, res Decatur, Ga. I 

Toon J J, propr'r Franklin steam printing house, 4 and 6 s Broad, res 

cor Gilmer and Collins. ' 

Torbot Clinton, tanner, res Walker cor Stephens. 
Towle Levi, res opposite W A A R R shop, cor Rhodos. 
Townsend D C & Co, choice family groceries, 6 w Mitchell st. 
Townsend D C, of T <& Co, bds Dr W S Towns*»nd's 
Townsend Mrs E C, res Stonewall b Walker and Racetrack. 
Townsend Dr W S, acrent, secunty life ins and annuitv co, of New 

York, up stairs, 33 Whitehall, res Mitchell nr Foi>yt"h. 
Townjan E Z, blacksmith, res juno w Cain and Luckie. 
I^y/*P?S, enu:, A & W Pt R R, res Calhoun nr Dtcatiir. 
Tread wellj A printer, Era office, bds c Whitehall and Mitchell. 
Tresi lan Mrs boardmg house, fam grocer, Decatur nr Moore. 
Tresilian Walter, machinist, Ga R R, res Decatur b Pratt a. d Moore. 
I rimble A S, assist reg elk, post office, bds Cannon lictel. 
Trimble JnoL, dk, Phillips A Crew, bds Cannon hcu.e. 

Trotti f P, elk C F Bonbon, res Racetrack b Stephea. .m 1 L:i. k.us. 

1 rant J h , butcher, res Forsyth o Hunter. 

Tuck Robt, bds R D Yancey. | 

T^^^®w^^^..^xP?;r'lj;"^^'^^^^ and apothecaries, Kimball House. 

Tucker Wm W, ot W W Tucker ^ Co, bds Mrs A B Forsyth. 

lufts Mrs Alary P, res R^wson b Washington and Crew. 

Toarffle J P, ex mess W & A R R, bds C W Berry. 

Tuller W H, cashier Atlanta National Bank, res s s Marietta st, 

Turner A N, plasterer, res Mitchell b Davis and Trebursey. 

Turner Mrs Agnes, res Whitehall nr June Forsyth 

IZnll F^r'"' "^^ W M & R J Lowry, res I^ulton nr McDonough. 
1 urner E J, carpenter, res Hunter b Bell and Fort. f 

Turner Green B fireman W & A R R, res Magazine b W <fe A R R 
shop and Elliott. ® ^ ^ t^> a, 

Turner Jamos, carpenter, bds Capt W L Martin. ' 

Turner J D & Co, warehouse Broad b Hunter and Alabama 

Turner Dr J D, of J D T & Go, res Calhoun b Houston and Wheat. 

Turner John Bos well res Ma-azine b W & A R R shop and El'iott. 

1 urner Louis R elk Simmons & Co, Alabama st, bds Mrd M E Turner 

Turner Mrs M E, res Fulton b Frasier and McDonouffh 

Turner RL, apprentice Reynolds' joffi office, res c Ma.i^umand Blank. 

lurner K L, elk J R Simmons <fc Co, res Fulton e MiDonoueh. 

Turner S T cond W & A R R, res Markham b EUiott and Mangum. 

Turper Dr T J, res o Terry and Ga R R. ^ 

Turner W H, a-t Singer & Howe shuttle sewing machine, 34 White- 

hall st, res Whitehall nr junc Forsyth. 
Turner Wm R, bag mast W & A R R, bds Dr S R Kramer, 
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Tumipseed R W, res Nelson b Haynes and Treburaev 

Tumipseed W H, apprentice Gray's marble yard, res Nelson. 

Turpin Miles, res Ivy b Wheat and Houston. 

Tuttle J A, carpenter and builder. Hunter b Terry and Kinff 

Tuttle J E, carpenter and builder, res e Hunter. 

Tutwiler C, elk N P Tutwiler, res c Fair and King 

Tutwiler Frank, elk W A Lansdell, bds N P Tutwiler. 

N. P. TUTWILEE, 
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 

Corner Alabama and Loyd Streets. 

Residence cor Fair and King. 

Tye D, of Sparks & Tye, res Line nr Ivy. 

Tye J, elk Sparks <fc Tye, 111 Whitehall, bds J W Sparks 

Typographical Union No 48, T C Wilkinson, President. 



Underwood Mrs L, Marietta c Cone. 

Underwood M B, carpenter, res Hull b Simpson and w Baker. 

Vnger Chas* elk H Cohen, bds same. 

United States Court, Brown's building. Broad* st. 

Utley Grey, of Utley cotton press, bds Chit^olms, c Wheat and Collins. 




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Valentino Mrs C, res Broad st b Hunter and Alabama. 

Valentino G» baker, confectioner and fruit dealer, 54 Whitehall, res 

Broad b Hunter and Alabama. 
Valentino Wm, fruit sUnd American hotel, bds Mrs C Valentino, 
Vance D G, proprietor American hotel, res s.ime. 
Vance H C, asst b k American hotel, res same. ' 

Vance J H, proprietor American hotel, res same. 
Vance Dr J W, stirg'n <fc phys'n, up strs 33 Whitehall, bds Mrs Overby. 
Van Epps A C, b k Stokes & Bro, res nr Kirklaud. 
Van Epps Howard) attorney at law, c Marietta and Broad, bdg 

Mrs Overby. . 

Van Pelt F M, book >gent, res Frasier b Clark and Rawson. 
Varner C L, of Ballard <fe Co, passenger depot, bds Ballard's saloon. 
Vason Dr J M, physician, bds Mrs Garner. 
Vaughn B H, res Maj^azine b Haynes and Davis. 
Vaughn J C, contractor, of Vaughn <fc Lipes, bds Mrs C Daniel. 
Vaughn W C, carpenter, res Luckie c Pine. 



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Venable Willis E, elk Ur«lwine <fc Fox, res Pryor b Wheat & Hoifstou. 
Venable W R< elk superior coart, res c Mills and Yeoable. 
Verdery Geo J, res c Form wait and Junes. 
Verdery S A, b k Frank H Smith, bds Mrs Fitzpatrick, Ivy st.' 
Verdery J G, elk John Peel, res Lackie c Bartow. 
Vernon Mrs M M, boarding house, Luokie nr Bartow. 
Vestal Hiram, city canvasser for Carter Bros, res opera bouse. 
Vogelsberger L? boot manufacturer, basement 65 Whitehall st, res 

Hilliard nr Harris. 
Vorus Elon, flour mills, W <fc A R R nr Foundry st. 



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Waddail B C, of B C W & Co, bds Miss L N Waddail. 

Waddail Miss L N, boarding: house, c Forsyth and Hunter. 

Waddy F W, elk M & W H R depot, bds American hotel. 

Wade Henry, (col) haekman Wooten*s stab, lives c Forsyth & Peters. 

Wade Jno W, machinist Ga R R shop, les c Pratt and Gilmer. 

Wade P H, bds J K Thrower. 

Wade P W, bds Cook's restaurant. i 

Wadsworth W L, hardware, stoves, gnns, &e, 22 and 24 Whitehall 
st, res Griffin, Ga. 

Wadsworth H B, deliv'y elk A & W Pt R R, res Pratt. 

Wagnon Mrs A J, bds James L Bell. 

Wagon Yard, W F Meador, Decatur st b Collins and Calhoun. 

Waldon J M, of Hitchcock & Waldon, book -sellers and stationed, 64 
Powell's block, Peachtree, res . | 

Walker, H C, printer, res Luckie o w Cain. t 

Walker* Oen W S, insurance agent, office c Broad and Waltoni, res 
Ivy near Wheat. i 

Walker, J D, (colored) barber. Marietta nr o Forsyth and Decatuf. 

Walker, Jeff, (colored) carp, res Spring b w Cain and w Harris. ' 

Walker, J H, dk Phillips <fc Co, grocers and com mer, No 43 Peach- 
tree, bds W R Phillips. 
Walker, J H, oond W & A R R, res opp W & A R R shop b Foundry 

and Mechanics. 
Walker, Jno W, mechanic, res Mechanics b R R and Elliott. 
l¥alker E B, master transportation W <fc A R R Co, res Ivy b 

Houston and Wheat. 
Walker T E, res Ivy b Houston and Wheat. 
Walker Wm, elk USA, bds Mrs E Dawson. 
Walker W G, res c Pryor and Fulton. 
Walpole M, teacher, bds Mrs O'Neil. 
Walpole P, law student, bds Mrs O'Neil. 
Walsh James, stone cutter, res Jones b McDonough and Crew. 
Walter Henry R, Q M dept USA, bds T Roat. 
Walton C W, paper mailing elk P O, res c Houston and Loyd. 
Walton D S, printer Const office, bds Mrs N W Goree. 
Walton R N, cabinet maker, res Green Ferry Road. 
Wall B M) elk Clayton <fc Webb, res Decatur b Collins and Calhoun. 



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Wallace Col A M> Ga State lot*y, res Walton b Bartow nnd Cain. 
Wallace Bayid> wholesale and retail dealer in liquor, wines, etc. Hun- 
ter, re^ Fair b Pryor and Loyd. 

Wallace ft Fowler, real estate agents 8 bank block, Alabama st, 
Wallace F W, boiler maker W & A R R, bds J H Barrett. 
Wallace Geo A, G^a state lottery, res Clifford b Ellis and Cain. 
Wallace J R, of W <fc Fowler, res c Ivy and Forest ave. 
Wajlace Oliver J, wks W & A R R depot, res Calhoun b Houston and 

Wheat. 
Wallace Pevton, elk J L Dukes, bds same. 
Wallace S W, elk A C <fc B F Wyly, bds Campbell house. 
Wallace T, eng Ga R R, bds A M Maning. 
Wallace Thos L, bds PL Mynatt. 

Warmack Mrs Mariha, res C.liioun b Jenkins and Wheat. 
Wand J F, (col) brber Webster's shop, bds same^ 
Ward W A, grocer, Houston b Calhoun & Butler, res same. 
Ward W J, builder, res Rhodes b Mangum & Ilavnes. 
Wardlaw W B, elk T R Ripley, bds Cannon house. 
Ware prof E A, Atlanta University. 

Ware Geo W, deputy coH'or 2d dist, office and res Fayetteville, Ga. 
Warlick B A, elk J Warlick, bds same. 
Warlick C D, elk J W Warlick, bds same. 
Warlick J T, elk J W Warlick, bds same. 

Warlick J W» tin and stove dealer, res Calhoun 6 Houston & Wheat. 
Warlick W J, elk J W Warlick, bds same. 
Warner J H, laborer, res Alexandria b Spring and Williams. 
Warren D, pedler, res Butler b Hunter and Ga R R.' 
Warren J D, carpenter, res Fair b Martin and Terry. 
Warren Jas M* turner. Marietta nr water station on W <fc A R R. 
Warren Frank S, room clerk, Kimball house, bds same. 
Warwick Wm, c!k, Ballard's saloon, res Houston b Calhoun and Butler. 
Washburn A F, carpenter, res Foundry b R R and Elliott. 
Waters W T» general agent Union mutual life ins co, office up stairs, 

87i Whitehall st, res East Point. 
Watters R S, cotton buyer, res Young nr Decatur. 
Watkins A A, brksman, A & W R R, res R R b Jones* av and Johnson. 
Watkins E P, brksman, W&ARR,resRRb Jones' av and Johnson. 
Watkins J B, printer. 
Watkins J C> family groceries, c Decatur and Moore, res same. 

Watkins Jerry (col) tobacco roller, E M Hatcher, res Cedar nr Ivy. 

Watkins J L, res Fair b Crew and McDonough. 

Watkins M, brakesman, W & A R R, res R R b Jones' av & Johnson. 

Watkins T, (col) helper, Porter & Butler's, n s c Clark and Conley. 

Watkins Wm, res Fair b Crew and McDonough. 

Watkins W H, res Fair b Crew and McDonough. 

Watly Wm, works Rolling mill, bds Mrs M Marshall's. 

Watson A R^ editor daily and weekly Sun, res Simpson c Venable. 

Watson F M Mrs, dress maker, res Calhoun b Decatur and Ga R R. 

Watson H L, printer, True Georgian, bds Campbell house. 

Watson J A, elk, W H Brotherton, 100 Whitehall st, bds Mrs Osbom. 



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WatKon J T. cirpi-iii^r, IkIh U W McCuwn's. 

WatHon W A ran (5t)r Fraf»er and Fair. 

Watts A, famil} grooepH, cor Eraser and Rawson, res same. 

Watts Mrs M A, boarding house, Walton b w Cain and Foundry. 

Watts Mrs M J, res Martin near Rawson. 

Watts Mrs M L, boards W D Payne's. 

Watts R E, preMsman^ Franklin P H, bdH Mrs M J Watte. 

Weakly Patrick, wks Rolling mill, res Rolling mill lot. ^ 

Weatberspoon W L, ot Daffron, Chapman & Co, ren Mitchell st. . 

Weaver Jacob, blacksmith, W & A K K shop, res Mechanics b R R 

and Elliott. 
Weaver John, saloon kl^eper, res Walton b Bartow and Spring. 
Weaver R A, policeman, res Luckie b Foundry and w Cam. 
Webb Brice* of Fowler <k W, family grocers, res Luckie nr Foundry. 
Webb E S, butcher, res alley near Butler. 

Webb Mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, res Peters h Whitehall and Forsyth. 
Webb James, eng, Ga R R, res Hunter b Fort and Bell. i 

Webb John B, carpuntelr, res Walker near Peters. ' 

Webb J H, cabinet mkr, W T Archer, 82 Whitehall res Peters b Bruce 

alley and Stephens. 

Webb Jim P, propr. Forest saloon, Decatur st, opp City Park, bds 
J I McAllister's. | 

Webb J W, of Karr <fc W, Peachtree st, bds J A Karr's. 

Webb Mrs Laura A, res cor King <& Jones. 

Webster Daniel, (col) porter, W L <fc C, 12 <fc 14 Alabama st. 

Webster Geo, baggage mister, A & W Pt R R, re« Decatur, Ga. 

Webster Robt, (col) barber shop, 17 Whitehall res Houston nr Calhoun. 

Wedeles J, cigar store, 15 Marietta st, bds with Pease and his wife. 

Weekly True Oeorgiani Samuel Bard, editor and proprietor, Ala- 
bama bds T G Simms, Forsyth. i 

Weeman Edward, rts Marietta b Forsyth and Spring. ' 

Weems l¥alter H, druggist, of Pembenon, Taylor <fc Co, res cor 
MoDonough and Fulton. 

Weil M, book kr, Guthman, cor Peachtree and Marietta. I 

Weil tc Seinhardt* atlys at law, office up stairs, 3 Peachtree. ! 

Weil Samuel, of W & Reinhardt, res cor Collins and Menitt's ave.' 

Weilman L, of Cohen & Co, bds David Ma\er's. 

Weimer Chas, carpenter, W <k A R R car shop. ' 

l¥eiiner Conrad %r, car buildr, W & A R R, res c Racetrack and 
Haynes. 

Weimor Conrad, jr. carbldr, W & A R R, bds C Weimer's. 
Welch Mrs Anna, dress maker, 72 Whitehall, ree nr Rock. 
Welch George, blacksmith, res junc w Cain and Luckie. 
Weldon — , painter, boards at Mrs O'Neill's. 

Wellborn C B, agent fire ins co, 42 Whitehall, up sta'rs, res Decatur b 
Calhoun and Butler. 

Wellborn Melville, ins clerk, res Decatur b Calhoun and Butler. 

Weubom Oliver, ot Hammond & W, bds Mrs Overby's 
m S*!r^T® \^^ Dewald & W, Whitehall b Windsor and Smith. 
§ Wellingham R M, carpenter, res Berry ave c Thompson. 
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Wells J D, sr, trader, res Trebursey b Racetrack and High. 

Wells J S, ins agt, C B Wellborn, res Calhoun nr Collece. 

Wells L C, res Whitehall cor McDaniel. 

Wells S P, of A M Speights & Co, res Hunter b Washington and Loyd. 

Wells T L, grocer and com mer, 78 Whitehall st, bds Mrs Chisolm'g. 

Wells Dr W M, physician, up stairs, 28 Whitehall, bds Genl Garling- 

ton's, Mitchell st. 
Welsh Wm, elk, Wm Erskine & Co, bds Mrs Day's. 
Werden & Bro, family grocers, cor MHcbell and Loyd. -^ 

Werden J Q, of W & Bro, res same. A 

Werden R S, of Werden & Bro, res same. I 

Werenwag Joseph, grocer, Houston b Calhoun and Butler, res same. 
Werner Ed A, Agent Ga R R, foot Alabama st, res Ga R R office. 
Werner He? man, saloon and res, Peters cor Humphries. 
Wescott R A, of J H Lewis & Co, res Walton cor Fairlie. 
Wesley Chapel M E C South, Peachtree junc Pryor, Rev A Wright, p. 
West End Academy, Col Mark Johnston, princM, nr Gordon st, w End. 
West A A, ass*t money elk, sou ex co, res w s Peachtree st. 
West A J, of W & Edwards, Peachtree, res Jackson nr city limits. 
West A J, eng, W & A R R, bds J G Kennedy. 
West & EdwardSt commission merchants, 55 Peachtree st. 
West H T, brick mason, res Simpson cor Orme. 
West Jno G, condr, A & W R R, res R R street cor Butler. 
West T W, Agent Ryan's soda water, res cor Whitehall And Fair. 
West — , grocer, boards Dr E D Withers 
West — , baggage master, W & A R K, bds Gardner house. 
Western Union Telegraph Co, office 4 State house, J Herrick, man'gr. 
Westervelt J I, elk, W A LansJell, bds E L Caldwell's. 
Westermoreland Dr J G> physician, office up stairs, 42i e Alabama. 

boards American hotel. 

Westmoreland T P» atty at law, office up stairs, 55 Whitehall st, 

boards Mrs CozartV. 
Westmoreland Dr W F? physician, office and res Marietta st, opp 

post office. 
Whee'er C E, clerk, bds E L Cald weirs. 
Wheeler Mrs Philo, boards Mrs Cody's. 
Whidby W G, city editor Constitution, res Stone mountain. 
Whitaker Henry, pressman, (c(>l) Economical job offic:, les Forsyth. 
Whitaker Jared I» propr, intelligencer, res c Washington & Jones. 
Whitaker Jas B, elk, Intelligencer office, bds D F Hatnmond's. 
Whitaker Mrs J B, res Green's ferry road*. 
Whitaker Jno, feeder, daily Constitution, res Racetrack st. 
Whitaker Thos E, trader, res Forsyth cor Luckie. 
White A, b't and shoe mkr, A Olbright, Alabama st, bds Hunter st. 
White Dr Wm H, gen agent. Northwestern mutual life ins co, office up 

stairs, c Broad & Marietta, bds E L Caldwrll's. 
White Carter, shoe rukr. Holmes & P.^rrv, e Ali st, res nr Cemeteiy. 
White C M, condr, M <fc W R R, res Rock b Elliott and Mangum. 
White Emnal, boot and shoe mkr. Marietta nr Bartow, res Dr Pettis. 
White Dr Geo E, drug store and res Ptters, opp Berry alley. 
^ hite J C, pressman, bds J D Wells. 



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UP STAIRS, 

No. 26 WHITEHALL ST., COR ALABAMA, 



DEALER IN 

WATCHES, CLOCKS, 

JEWELRY, GOLD FENS, SPECTACLES &c., 

'Whitehall St., bet. Alabama St., and R. R. Crossing, 

Atlanta, .... Oeorg-ia.. 



RECEIVE AND FORWARD 
Freight, Valuable Packages, Gold, Silver and Cunencyj 

to all parts of the World. 

CONNECTED WITH ALL 

RESPONSIBLE EXPRESS COMPANIES 

IN THE COUNTRY. 

_ ^ P. F. COULTER, Agent. 

O. L. CAMPBELL, ^^^ 

Afs't Snp't Central Division, head quarters, Atlanta, Ga. 



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White Jno C, res Ivy b Harris and Baker, "f 

WJiite John J, elk, Geo H Eddleman, 5 Marietta bds same. 

White M M, policeman, res Peters near Stephens. 

White Thos, family grocers, Decatur st, res same. 

White Warren, car inspr, W A R R, res Mechanics, b R R and Elliott. 

White W C, condr, M & W R R, res opp W & A R R shop, b Foundry 

and Mechanics. 
Whitehead Chas, res McDonongh b Rawson and Jones. 
Whitlow J I, elk L Pitts, res cor Decatur <fc Bell. 
Whitmore W B, depty collector, 3d divn res and office, Marietta, Ga. 
Whitner J Ci genl ins agt, 8 bank blk, Alabama c Cooper and Jones. 
Whitney Joshua, res cor Calhoun b College and Foster. 
Whitten W A, of Martin & W, bds Mr Martin's. 
Wiggins Jesse, cabinet mkr, res Stonewall b Racetrack and High. 
Wight S B, cotton dealer, res Gordon st W( st End. 
Wilby John, mechanic, res Foundry b Elliott and Macgura. 
Wilda Madame* hair dressing establishment, up stairs, 47 Whitehall 

8t, res same. 
Wilder Wm, Phoenix planing mills, bds Mrs Monteith. 
Wildsmith A, wks rolling mill, res Strong back rolling mill. 
Wildsraiih John, wks rolling mill, res Strong^ back rolling mill. 
Wiley Jeff, (col) porter Kimball House, res Decatur st. 
Wiley J M, carpenter, res Ivy b Heuston and Wheat. 
Wilkins Sam'l, elk T J Hightower & Co, bds Mrs Chisolm. 
Wilkinson T C, printer Constitution office, res Hunter ur I^yd. 
Wilkinson J E, elk M Rich & Co, bds Jerry F Trout. • 
Wilkinson Robt, of Harkie & Co, Marietta st, res Thurmond b Elliott 

and Mangum. 
Williams Amanda, seamstress, up stairs 80 Whitehall st. 
Williams Barney, elk W P Chisolm, res Calhoun b Wheat and Houston. 
Williams Miss Carrie, dress mkr up stairs Mitchell st, res same. 
Williams D O A, b k, bds Mrs Fitzpatrick. 

Williams F A, res Houston b Ivy and Collins. 

Willian;is Geo W, of W Langston <fc Crane, res Charleston, S C. 

Williams H B, wood workman J Mann's, res Wheat. 

Williams Henry, bar tender R R ale house, bdi* e Hnnter st. 

Williams H J G, elk Governor's office, res Peaclitree c Pine. 

Williams J A, meat market, Mitchell c Elliott, res Mitchell b Davis and 

Trebursey. 
WilKams Jas A, b k W P Chisolm, res Calhoun b Houstiii and Wheat. 
Williams Jessie, res Rock b Mangum and Haynes. 
Williams J E, res Fort opp Forest avenue. 

Williams J J ft Co? com and prov mer, Forsyth st iat Railroad. 
Williams J J, df J J W & Co, bds Mrs Overby. 
Williams Joe, (col) drayman, res nr Humphreys. 
Williams Jno A, printer, bds Mrs M W Willianis. 
Williams* Langston & Crane* «om mer and wholesale dealers in 

groceries and produce, 12 <& 14 Alabama st. 
Williams Lewis, (col) porter A Ley den, res opp jail. 
ll^illiains Jas t'\ res Fort opp Forest avenue. 
Williams Mrs Mary W, boarding house, res c Gilmer aid Collins. 



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Williams S, elk W P Chisolm, res Racetrack b HayDes and Mantrum 

Williams Mrs V C, re^ Ah xander b Orme aod Lovejoy 

Williams W, bds Tremoiit house. 

Williams W C, app machine shop W «fc A R R, bds Mrs M W Williams. 

Williams W F, b k A Leyden, res Fort opp Forest avenue. 

Williams W M, salesman A J.evden, res Fort opp Forest ave. 

Williamson James, elk Terhune,bd8 Cannon house. 

Williamson — , res Forsyth b Hunter and Mitchell. 

Williford W J, of M & W, cotton factors, res Caitersville, Ga. 

t^.fw. "^ ^^' ^a^^^i®'* <J^"ar savings bank, res c Calhoun and Foster. 

Willis Miss M M, dress maker Mitchell st, res same. 

I%'ilc» it J, city canvasser Carter Bros, man'prrs Howard & Soule 

and Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines, res opera house. 
^ills Rev David, D D, president Oglethorpe College. 
Wills J S, meat house, res June College and Foster. 
Wilson W P, at Clipper Saloon, under Stubblefield House, Alabama st. 
Wilson ifc Bro, cobleciioners, 4 south Broad st. 

Wilson C H, agent bar room Brosd nr Marietta, res Rhodes nr Sprint 
Wilson Edgar S, of Glenn & Wilson, bds L B DavU, 
Wilson Ed, tinner, res Davis b Hunter and Rhodes. 
Wilson Ed, (col) plasterer, res Jones b King and Martin. 
Wilson G H, of Wilson & Bro, res Forsyth. 
Wilson Hugh A, moulder Winship's foundry, bds J W Wilson. 
l!¥il8on Dr H L, G^a state lottery, res c Wheat and Ivy. 
Wilson Mrs Jane, up stairs 1 14 Whitehall. 
Wilson Mrs J E, res Rawson b Washmgton and Crew. 
Wilson RevDr J S, pastor first Presbyterian church, res Walton b 
Spnrg and Bartow. 

I¥illll011 Dr J », coal and wood dealer, bds H R Cody 

^.***®?*nP'''^,f •^i;?***^"^' P»^^ "Atlantaas it Is," res West End. 

Wilson J T, moulder Wmship's foundry, bds J W Wilson 

Wilson H J late propr bar and billiard hall M Stubblefield house. 

Wilson J W, painter, res foundry c Elliott. 

Wilson Mrs L A, res Stephens b Racetrack and Walker. 

Wilson Mrs M A, res Pryor adjoining Wesley Chapel. 

Wilson Mrs Mary, res Cain b Ivv and Collins. 

Wilson MM, carpenter, res Jenkins adjoining medical college. 

Wi son R K, tinner W J Langford, res Decatur b Moore and Bell. 

Wilson Stephen, of Wilson & Bro, res Forsyth st. 

Wilson W, turner, res Green's Ferry Road nr barracks. 

Wilson l¥in, printer IntelUgencer ofllce, res Rawson b Crew and 

Washington. 
Winant Win, butcher with DaflTram, Chapman «fc Co, bds Chapman. 
Wmborn J A, eng Rondeau & Co, res Harris b Butler and Fort. 
Wmg A M, carpenter, bds Gardner house. 
Wing Hiram, res Decatur b Pratt and Bell. 
Wing J D, of Sharp, Boroughs & Co, bds Cannon house. 
Wing Marion, fireman W & A R R, bds Benj Nott. 
Wingat, wood passer Ga R R, bds Mrs Embree, * 

Winhorst Mrs Mary, res Peters nr barracks. 



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Winn Byron M, elk J L Winter, bds J L Winter. 
Winn G A, res R R b Berry and McLinn alleys 
Winn J T, elk W O Meriitt, bds same. 
Winn John T, elk Tommey & Stewart, bds Forsvth st. 

^*^*R'^^'^."'' *^^y at Jaw, office up sfciirs 17 De'cKtur st, res Decatur, 
DeKalk county, Ga. 

Winue P C, eng W <fc A R R, bds J H Campbell. 

Winn, shoe mkr, with Emanuel White, bds Molly Smith Marietta st. 

Wmn T J, mechanic, res Nelson nr Trebursev. 

Winn Wm, elk M C <fc J F Kiser, bds W C Winn. 

Winship's Foundry and Machine Shop, R R track c Foundry st. 

VVinship George, of Winship and Bro's foundry, bds C A Pitts. 

Winship John, i^un maker, res Harris b Spring and Williams. 

Winship Joseph, director Ga A L R R, bds C A Pitts. 

Winship Robt, Winship's foun.lry, res Ivy c Cain. 

Winter Henry, foreman True Georgian oflice, bds Mrs Benton. 

Winter J li, wholesale dealer in tobacco and liquors, 22 Alabama 

st, res Ivy nr Cedar. 
Winters J W, city express, bds G B Forbus. ! 
Winter Mrs N A, res Ivy nr Cedar. 

Wischmeyer Wm F, heater at rolling mill, res Marietta st nr ro'g mill. 
Wij.e J no S, res e s Ivy st. 

Wiseb^rg^ W, wholesale milnVy 33 Peachtree, res Church nr Fairlie. 
Wisker J B, jeweler B Hermann, bds Peter Berron. 
^^ ithers Ur E D, physician and surgeon, office up slsurs Grant 

building, c Broad and Marietta, res Broad c Luckie. 
Withers Mrs Dr E D, boarding house, Broad c Luckie. ^ 

Withers W Si foundry nr mineral spring, grocery Marietta junc 

W alton, res Luckie c Foundry. 

IV itt WU.Sk. Co, family groceries c Peachtree and Jones. 

Witt H H, of H H W & Co, res Houston b Peachtree and Ivy. 

Witter James, beef merchant, res w Cain nr c Orme. 

Witter Mrs J C, boarding house, 126 Whitehall st. 

Witter J H, wks W <fe A R R shop, res w Cain c Orme. 

Wofford J P, carpenter, res Baker b Ivy and Collins. 

Wolf F A, painter, res Foundry b R R and Elliott. 

Wood A J, brick mason, &lley nr Booth's. 

Wood Mrs Amanda, milliner Mrs O'Connor, bds same. 

Wood A P, tinner L B Langford, res Fair b Martin and Terry. 

"Wood & Ashibrd) family grocers, c Ivy and Decatur sts. 

Wood C F, on Air Line R R, res Washington b Fair and Jones. 

Woud Harvey M, painter, res Cain b Collins and Calhoun. 

Wood James, res Markham c Elliott. 

Wood H W, elk Ptick, deSauUes & Co, res Ellis b Collins and Ivy. 

Wood Jas, eng Ga R R, res c Calhoun and R R. 

Wood J R, elk Hilsman, Burt <fe. Co, bds Mrs Coz irt. 

Wood Miss L, asst teacher at Miss C Taylor's, res Washington. 

Woods Percy, app machine shop A & W Pi R R, b«1s F Krog, sr. 

Woods ^ H, fireman A A W Pt R R, bds Wm F Woods. 

Wood Thos, of W <fe Ashford, bds Campbell house. 

Wood T M, elk Cox <fc Hill, res Ellis b Collins and Ivy. 



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Wood Wra, coffin ware room 8 Broad Ht, W A Hemphill, administrator. 
Wood Wm, cabmet apprentice, bds John Boutell. 
Wood Wra H, carpenter, res nr Emma back rollin<r niill 
Woods VVmF, eng A & W Pt R R, res c llunter'and King. 
W^OOd WmstOlli foreman Cook, Pitts & Co, res Jones ave b R R 
and Gray. 

Wood, machinist W <fc A R R shop, bds B C Waddai'l. 
Woodard F, finn W <fc Reaves, steam dye h, res Mitchell nr Whitehall. 
Woodard Jas, book kr, Porter & Butler's foundry, bds E P Howell's 
Woodard Park, elk, for Kimball, bds Evan P Howell's. 
Woodard & BeaveSi »team dye house, Mitchell nr Whitehall 
Woodberry Dr J F, res Ivy b Harrin and Baker. ' 

Woodberry W A, moulder, Wither's foundry, bds Mrs L Beauchamp. 
Woodmg Henry W, policeman, Decatur b Bell and Pratt. 
Woodruff Hiram, conductor, W & A R R, res Magazine b W & A R R 
shop and Elliott. 

Woodruff J P, condr, W & A R R, i^es Mills b Orme and Lovejoy 

l¥oodrnflr John W, agt Demorest & Woodruff, bds T G Simms 

Woodruff Pink, brick makr, res Magazine nr Elliott. 

Woodruff Richard, residence Magazine nr Elliott. 

Woodward Jas F, b k, Porter & Butler's, bds E P Howell's. 

Woodward J G, printer. New Era office, bds Calhoun house 

Woodward A P, elk, H J R & Co, bds E P Huweirs. 

Woolen MillS) Concord, J B Daniel, agent, office and salesroom 
Marietta cor Broad. 

Woikingraens' Union, see associations. 

Woruer Thadeus, res cor Fort and Georgia R R. 

Worthy Mrs M A, boarding h, at Dr Hooten's infirmary for the blind. 

Wooten C H, elk, J M Holbrook's, bds same. 

Wooten Chas L, stock broker, res Alabama b Forsyth and R R track. 

Wooten Jno, groom at Wooten's stables, bds same*. 

Wooten Joe W, trader at Wooten's stables, h same. 

Wooten P B, livery, sale and feed stables, s Pryor b Alabama and Hun- 
ter, res same. 

Wooten W W, carpenter, res Mangum b Rock and Simpson. 

Wrenn B W, genl ticket agt W ife A R R, res Oak st. ' 

Wright A G, gnnsmith, res Walker b Stephens and Peters. 

Wright Rev -A-rrainius, pastor Wesley Chapel, res 

Peachtree c Powers. 

Wright Austin, (col) tinner Hunnicutt & Bellingrath, res . 

Wright J A, of Glenn & W, res Forest aveb Collins and Calhonn. 
Wright N M, trav agt Sharp, Boroughs & Co, bds American hotel. 
Wright Mrs R M, b n F'icken building Peachtree st. 
Wright, Schmidt & Co, com mer, Forsyth st. 
Wright S, (col) barber 7^^ Marietta st, res Alabama nr Forsyth. 
Wright T T, of W, Schmidt & Co, res Mangum b Mitchell and 

markham. . 
Wyatt J B, carpenter with Cannon & Johnson, bds B F Harris. 
Wylie D G, Rome & Decatnr R R, bds Campbell house. 



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Wylie James R, wholesale grocer and com mer 53 Peach- 
tree, res Peachtree b Haris and Baker. 
Wyley -A^ O & B F, wholesale grocers and com mer, 38 

Wvlej A 0, of A C & B F W, res Walker b Nelson & Booth's al. 
Wyley B F, of A C & B F W, res c Washington and Kawson. 
Wyley Jno H, res Decatur st nr city limits. 

Wyley Robt A, family groceries, M^irietta st c Bartow, bds Mrs 
Merrill, Marietta st. 



Yancey R D, residence west Baker b Hull and Hayden. 

Yarborough Mrs H O, res Luckie nr west Cain. 

Yarbrough J Si merchant, res Calhoun cor Jenkins. - 

Yeager Dr S A, foreman Constitution office, res Ivy b Wheat and Line. 

York B W, elk, Phillips, Flanders & Co, res junc Peachtree and Broad. 

Young A J, painter, bds Mrs King's, Rhodes st. 

Young John, carp-^nter, res Mitchell b Elliott and Mangum. 

Young John, fireman Ga R K, res Butler b Decatur and Ga R R. 

Young Ladies' Select School, nr junction Marietta and Walton, Miss 

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Toung Men's Library RoomS) granite block. Broad st, C Herbst, 

Librarian. 
Young R C, stone mason, res Hill near Fair. 
Young Robert, machinist, res Hunter b Haynes and Mangum. 
Youngblood M A, works at Peck's mills, res Magazine st. 



Zacbry James L & Co^ merchant millers, c Hunter and Thompson. 
Zachry James L, of J h Z 6i Co, c Hunter and Thompson, res same. 
Zachry W J, book keeper, Atlanta mills, res same. 
Zimmerman R P» com merchant, res Crew b Fulton and Clark. 
Zukerman Jacob, elk, Fieshel & Bro, bds Benj Fleshel. 



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ALABAMA. 

Autauga County.— Autaugaville, Chesnut Creek, Kingston^ Milton. 
Mulberry, PrattsvilJe, Samples. 

Baik».— Aurora, Beebe Springs, Bennettsville, Collinsville, Gadsden, 
Baldwin. — Ten saw. 
Baker. — Goose Pond. 

Barbour,— Clat/ton, Cowikee, *Eufaula, Fort Browder, Glennville, 
Kings, Louisville, Mount Andrew. / 

Bim — Centreville, MaplesviJle, Mars, Randolph, Scottsville. 
BLOUiffT. — Blount Springs, BlmmUoille, Brooksville, Chepultepec, 
Mount Alyis, Ogee, Summit, Village Springs, Walnut Grove. 

^ Bullock.-:- Arbor Vitie, Bruceville, Chunnenuggee, Enon, Farrior- 
ville, Guerryton, Midway, Mount Hiiliard, Perote, Suspension, Thomas 
Station, Union Springs, 

BuTLBB.*— Butler Springs, Garland, Georgiana, ♦ GheenviMe^ Manning- 
ham, Monterey, South Butler. 

CalhoI7N.-^ Alexandria, Blue Mountain, Com Grove, Cove Creek, 
Cross Plains, JacksonviUe, Ladiga, Morrisville, Oxford, Shoal Creek, 
Ten Iilafads, White Plains. 

Cbambsbs.— Chambers C. H,. Cusseta, Fredonia, Hickory Flat, 
MUlWwn, Osanippa. / •» 

Chkbokeb. — Blue Pond, Broomtown, Cedar Blaff, Centre, Coloraa, 
Davis» X RbkuU; GaylesvUle, Goshen, Howell's X Roads, King's Hill, 
Kirk's Grove, Leesburgh, Ringeold, Steiling. 

CeocTAW.-^Bladen Springs, Butler, Desotoville, Meant Sterling. 

Clarkb. — Chootaw Comer, Gainestown, Orove Hill, Suggs ville. 
' Clay.— -Bluff Spring, Bowdon, Coleta, County Line^ Court Hill, 
Mellow Valley. 

Clebubnb. — Chulafinnee, Oakfuskee. 

Coffee. — Bollock, Elba, Geneva. 

CoLBBBT.— Barton, Cherokee, Dickson, Leighton, South Florence, 
Tuscumhia, 

Conecuh. — Belleville, Brooklyn, Commerce, Evergreen, Lewis' 
Station, PoH«r4, Sparta. 

Coosa. — Bcadiord, Equality, Marble Valley, Nixbui-gh, Hockford, 
Traveller's Rest, Weogutka. 



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Crenshaw.— Hon orville, New Providence. ! 

Dalk.— Bamea' X Roads, Bii/ Creek, Cloptoo, Daleville, Haw Ridge, 
Newton,, Ozark, Skippervilie, Westville. 

Dallas.— Bellvue, Burasville, Cahaba, Cambridge, Carlo wville. Forts, 
Liberty Hill, Orrville, Plantersviiie, Pleasant HUl, Richmond, *Seima, 
Sammerfield. 

DeKalb — Annawaika, Greenwood, Lebanon, North Bend, Rawl- 
in^sville. Valley Head, Worth. 

Escambia.- Williams' Station. 

Elmobb. — Central Institute, Wetiimpka. 

Fayettb.— Davis' Creek, Dublin, layette C H., Newtonville. 

Franklin —Burleson, Frankfort, Nauvoo, Newburg, Pleasant Site, 
RiiMselville, Waco, ♦Tusoumbia. j 

Gheenb.— Boligee, Clinton, Eutaw, Knoxville, Mount Hebron, 
Pleasant Ridge, Springfield, Union. 

Hale. — Carthage, Five Mile, Qreenahorough, Havanna, Hollow 
Square, Maoon Station, Newbern. 

R^^u.Y.—AbbeDilley Columbia, Franklin, Gordon, Lawrenceville, Mill 
Grove. 

Jackson.— Bellefonte, Bridgeport, Dodsonville, Estill's Fork, Langs- 
ton, Larkin's Fork, Larkinsville, Paint Rock, Princeton, Rustic Bower, 
Scottsborough, Stevenson, Trenton, Woo<1ville. 

Jeppbrson.— Cedar Grove, Chester, Elyton, Jone«.borough, Rook- 
ville, Truss. 

Jones.— Beaverton, Big Pond, Detroit, Moscow, Mud Creek, Yellow 
Creek. 

LAurERDALE.— i^'/ewencd, Gravelly Spring, Rogersville, Waterloo. - 
Lawrence.— Avoca, Concord, Courtland, Dry Creek, Landersville, 
Moulton, Mount Hope, Town Creek, 

Lee.— Auburn, Loachapoka, Mount Jefferson, Opelika, Salem, 
Smith's Station, Waverly. ,/---, 

Limestone.— ^Me/i«, Centre Hill, Fort Hampton, Gilbertsborough, 
Mooresville. 

LowNDBs.- Benton, Calhoun, Fort Deposit, HayneoiUe, Letohatchee, 
Lo wnd esborough. 

Macon.— Co wles' Station, Notasulga, Peraong, Shorter's Djpot, 
Society Hill, Tuskegee. ^ 

Madison —Bell Factory, Berkley, Brownsborough, Garleysville, 
Hayes' Store, *Bunt8mUe, Madison X Roads, Madison Station, Mays- 
ville. New Hope, New Market, Owen's X Roads, Triana, Whitesburgh. 

Marengo.— Dayton, Demopolis, Linden, McKinley, Shiloh. 

Marion. — PikevUle. 

Marshall.— Claysville, OuntersviUe, Henrysville, Hillian's Store, 
Meltonsville, Oleander, Red Hill, Sand Mountain. | 

MoBLE.— Citronelle, *Mobile, Mount Vernon, Whistler. I 

Monroe.- Burnt Corn, Claiborne, Cokerville, Monroeville. J 

Montgomery.- ♦Montgomery, Mount Meigs, Oakley, Pine Level, 
Ramer, Sharpesville. Snowdoun. 

Morgan.— Basham's Gap, Cedar Plains, Danville, ♦Decatur, Lacey's 
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Uniontown. ^ 

Pickens.- Antioch, Bridgeville, CarroUton, Palmetto, Pleasant' 
Grove, Pickensville, Providence, Reform, Sipsy Mills. j 

^ ?^^"^-;r^^^^» Hollsville, Henderson, Milo, Monticello, Olusiee Cieek 
Onon, Troy, 

Randolph.— Almond, Blake's Ferry, Corn House, Delta. Louiua, 
Roanoke, Rock Mills, Weedowee, Wehadkee. 

Russell.— (7ratr/c>r<f, Fort Mitchell, Hatchechubee, Hurtville, Stale's 
Station, Villula. 

Saint ChKiu,— A shville, Beaver Valley, Branch ville. Broken Arrow, 
Crop well, Greensport, Mount Niles, Round Pond, Spriagville. 

Shelby. — Columbiana, Harpersville, Montevallo, Shelby Springs, 
Wilsonville. ' * f ® 

Sumter.— Bennett's Station, Coatopa, Cuba Station, Gainesville, 
Gaston, Jones' Blutf, Livingston, Rosserville, Sumtervillo, York 
Station. 

Talladegz- — Chandler's Springs, Childersburgh, EasU Boga, Flat 
Rock, Kimulga, Lincoln, Munford, Silver Run, ToUadega, 

Tallapoosa.— Channahatchee, Dad^ville, Emuckfaw, Fish Pond, 
Gold ville, Jones' X Roads, McMath, M« Iton's Mill, Youngville. 

Tuscaloosa. — Gushing, Fernvale, Fosters', Hickman's, Jen.i, New 
Lexington, North port, Oregonia, Romulus, Trion, Tttsculoosa, Monroe. 
J Walker. — Arkadelphia, Bartonville, Eldridge, Fairview, Holly 
^ Grove, Jasper, Kansas, Thornhill. 
^ Washington. — Escatawpa, Millry. i 

Wilcox. — Allenton, Camden, Lower Peach Tree, Pine Apple, l*ine 
Hill, Prairie Bluff, Rehoboth, Snow Hill. 
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Alachua County. — Archer, Gainesville, Gordon, Micanopy, New- 
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Bakeb. — Olustee. 

Bbadfobo. — LaJce Butler, Stark. f 

Brdvard. 

Calhoun. — Abe*s Spring, 

Clay. — Green Cove Springs, Laurel Grove. > 

Columbia. — Blount's Ferry, Ellisville, Lake City, Suwannee Shoals. 

Dads. — Miami. ' 

DuTAL. — Baldwin, Hibemia, ^Jacksonville, Mandarin, Mayport Mills, 
Middleburg, Yellow Bluff. ^ 

Escambia. — Molino, Pensaeola, •Warrington, 

Franklin. — Apilachacola, 

Gadsden. — Chattahoochee, Midway, Quincy, 

HAMiLTON.^Bellville, Jasper, White Springs. 

Hbbnando. — Cedar Tree, Fort Dade, Fort Taylor, Pierceville. 

Hillsbobough. — Tampa, 

Holmes. — Cerro Gordo, Ponce de Leon. 



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JsFFER8ov. — Aucilla, 3fi.mticeUo, Waukeenah. !| 

LaFayettk. — McIfUosh. 

Leon. — Bailey's Mill, Micoosukee, ♦Tallahassee. 
Levy. — Bronson, Cedar Keys, TevyviUe^ Otter Creekl 
liiBERTY.— Blue Creek, Bristol^ Rock Blaff. 

Madison.— Col umbas, Madison C JST, Moeely Hall, Sandy Ford. 
Manatee. t 

Mabion.— Camp Izard, Flemington, Long Swamp, Vcala. Orange 
Springs, Wacahootie. 
Monboe.— Fort Jefferson, *Key West, 
Nassau. — Callahan, Femandina^ King^s Ferry. 
Obange.— Hawkinsville, Mellonville, Orlando. 
Polk. 

Putnam. — Pilatka^ Welaka. 
St. John's,— Orange Mills, St, Augustine, 
Sakta Rosa. — Milton. 
SuMTEB — Adamsville, Palnavra, Sumtervllle. 
SuwANEE. — Houston^ Live Oak, Wellborn. 
Taylob. 
VoLusLA. — Blue Springs, Enterprise^ Port Orange, Volusia, 1 

Wakulla.— Benhaden^ Pautuiett, Saint Marks, SheU Point, Sop- 
oh opp y. '^ 

Walton. — Knox Hill, Uchee Anna, 

Washington.— Orange Hill, V&mon. 



GEORGIA. 

Appling. — HolmesviUe^ Screven. 

Bakeb. — Mil ford, Newton, 

Bajj}wis. —*MiUedyeville, Talmage. 

Banks. — Erasmus, Hom^^ Middle River. 

Bbbbien.— Milltown, NashvUU, 

Bibb. — "^Macon, 

Bbooks. — Groover's, Grooverville, Quitman, 

Bbyan.— Way's Station. 

Bullock. 

BuBKE.-^Alexander, Fryer's Ponds, Girard, Henkdoo, Holcombe, 
Lawtonville, Lester's District, Midville, Milliu, Waynesborough. 

Burrs.- Indian Springs, Jackson^ Surk, WorthviU«w 

Calhoun. — Morgan, 

CAMDRN.—^effersonton^ Langsbury, Saint Mary's. 
rTu^^**^*""^^'^^^^^^^'*' ^^'^^ Corner, Fairburn, Palmetto, White 

rT.n^J?JJ^^^T^^^^^°» Bowenville, CarroUton, Hickory LeveL Laurel 
oill. Villa Rica. 

Cass.— Adairsville, Allatoona, Cartersville, Cassville. Enharlev 

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Chatham. — ^Savannah, j 

Chattahoochee. — Cusseta, 

Chattooga.— Alpine, Dirt Town, Melvirie, Subligna, &imwerviUe, 
Tnon Factory. 

Chebokee.— (7anf on, Hickory Flat, Ophir, Orange, Woodstock. 
Clabke. — ♦Athens, Watkinsville, 
Clay. — Cotton Hill, Port Gaines. 

Cla^yttov. ^-Jonesboroughy Lovejoy's Station, Rough and Ready 
Morrow's Station. ' 

Clinch. — Sbmerville., Lawton, Stockton. 

Cobb.— Ac worth, Big Shanty, Bolton ville, Marietta^ Powder Springs 
RoswelL 

Coffee. — Ocmulsreeville. 
Colquitt. — Greenfield, MouUrie, ] l 

Columbia.— Apoling, Berzelia, Lombardy,* Raysville, Saw Dust, 
Thomson, White Oak, Wri^btsborough. 

Coweta. — Grantville, Kipron, Newnan^ Senoia, Turin. 
Cbawfobd. — Hickory Gr.»ve, KnoxviUe, 
Daob. — Mornranville, Riginc: Fawn, Trenton. 
Dawsov, -^DatosonvUle^ Dixon. I 

Decatub.— J^aw^W^c. 

DeKalb. — Cross Keys, Decatur^ Lythonia, Stone Mountam. 
DooLY. — Byronville, Gum Creek, Vienna, 
Doughebty. — ^Albany, 
£ably. — Blakelg. 

Echols. — StatenviUe. 
Effingham. — Eden, Egypt, Guyton, Springfteld. 
Elbbbt. — Broad River, Dove's Creek, Eagle Grove, Elberton, 
Ruckersville. 

Emanuel. — Canoochee, SwainesborougK, 
Fanin.— Hot House, Morganton, 
Fayette. — FayettevUle, 

Floyd. — Cave Spring, Coosa, Floyd Springs, * Homey Yarborough. 
Foesyth. — Big Creek, Coal Mountain, Cumming^ High Tower, New 
Prospect, Shel ton ville, Vickery's, Creek. 

Fbanklin. — Bold Spring, Bnwerville, CamesvUle^ Franklin Springs. 
FtTLTON. — ♦Atlanta, East Point, Irbyville. 
GiLMBB. — EUijay, Town Creek. 
Glascock. — Qibson, 
Glynn. — Bethel, Brunswick^ Frederica. 
GoBDON. — Calhoun^ Fair Mount, Resaca. 

Gbeene. — Qreehsboroughy Penfield, Union Point, White Plains. 
Gwinnett. — Cain's, Lawrencevilley Suwanee, Yellow River. , 
Habbbsham. — ClarkesvilUy Loudsville, Tailulah, Walton's Ford. 
Hall. — Gainesville^ Gillsville, Hog Mountain, Polkaville. 
Hancock. — Linton, Sparta. 
Habalson. — Buchanan^ Tallapoosa. 

Habt. — Air Line, Ford's Store, Hartwell^ Knox Bridge, Oak Bower, 
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Grove, Waverly Hall, Whitesville, WiMdom's Store. 
Hbabd. — Franklin^ Houston, Saint Cloud. 
Henry— Bear Creek, Flat Rock, McDono^igh, 

Jackson. — Harmony Grove, Jefferson, 
Jaspeb. — Monticdlo. 

Re^r'cTeek~^^^''^' Bethany, Bostick, LouisviUe, Pope Ehll, 
Johnson.— WriglUsviUe. 
Jones.— (7/iw^on, Griswoldville. 
Laurens, — Boublin, Laurens Hill. 
Lee. — Renwick, Sneed, Starkaville. 
WaUW^ilTe^'*^''*^' Mcintosh, Riceborough, Taylor's Creek, 
Lincoln.— Double Branches, Goshen, Leathersville, Lincolnton. 
Lowndes— Griffin's Mills, Naylor, Ousley, VcUdosta. 
Lumpkin.— Auraria, Bahhnega, New Bridge. 
McIntosh. — Darieuy Johnston's Station. 
Macon.— Marshallsville, Montezuma, Oglethorpe. 
MkDmov.—Bamelsville, Fort Jiamur. 
Marion.— J?M«na Vista, Glen Alta. 
T ^^,«?J?!;«THER^Chalybeate Springs, Erin, Fiat Shoals, Greenville 
Jones' Mills, LuthersviUe, Rocky Mount, Warm Springs Warnervi Up 
White Sulphur Springs, Woodbury. ^ ^ ' arnerviUe, 

Miller.— Co/ywtrt. I 

Milton. — Alpharetta, 1 

Mitchell.— (7am*7/a, Gum Pond. i 

Un^o^'n'lX'"^''^^^ Culloden, Fors^/th, New Market, RussellvUle, 
MoNTGOMERT.-^J/bwn^ Vtmon, 
Morgan.— Buck Head, Madison; Rutledge. 
Murray. — Spring Place, 
Muscogee.- ♦Co/wm^*, Jamestown, Upatoie 
Sufp'S' Sh^^^^^^ ^ot^in^^on, Newton Factory, Oak HJll, Oxford, 

Oglethorpe.— Bairdstown, Crawford, Lexington, Maxev Millstone 

Philomah, Point Peter, Sandy Cross, Step hens, WintervfllJ ^'"'*'^°^' 

Paulding. — Dallas, * | 

Pickens.— Jovjjtxjr, Talking Rock. . i 

Pierce. — Blackshear, | 

Pike.— Barnesville, Liberty Hill, Milner, Zfbulon. j 
Polk. — Cedartown, Van Wert* 

PuLA*Ki. — Hatokinsville, \ 
Putnam. — Eatonton, 

qxjvr^kv,--- Georgetown, Hatcher's Station, Morris Station. 
Kabun. — Clayton* 

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Scriven.— Cameron, Halcyondale, Mobley Pond. Ogeechee, Scarbor 
oagh. 

Spalding. — Griffin, 

Stewart. — Baden Creek, Gref n Hill, Lumpkin. 

Sumter.— ♦^merecws, Andersonville, Plains of Dura. 

TALBOT^Belleview, Bluff Spring, Box Spring, Centre, Geneva, 
Pleasant Hill, Prattsburgh, Talhotton, '^ »' ^ » 

Taliaferro. — Crawfordsville, Sharon. 

Tatn ALL.— Bull Creek, Cobb Town, Long Branch, Reidsville, 

Taylor. — Butler, Howard, Reynolds. 

Telfair. — Copeland, JacksonvWe, Temperance. 

Terrell. — Dawson, Dover, Powers. 

Thomas. — Boston, TTiomasville, 

Towns. — Hiawassee, Mount Eolia. 

Troup.- Antioch, Hogansville, La Grange, Mountville, O'Neals 
Mills, Vernon, West Point. 

Twiggs. — Jeffersonville, Marion, Twiggsville. 

Union. — Blairsville, 

Upson. — ^The Rock, T%oma^ton, Waynmanville. 

Walker.— Cassandra, Cedar Grove, Duck Creek, Eagle Cliff, Prick's 
Gap, Greenbush, High Point, La FayetU, Pond Spring, Rock Spring, 
Villanow. 

Walton.— Loganville, Monroe, Social Circle, Walnut Grove. 
Ware. — Argyle, Glenmore, Tebeauville, Wareshorough. 
Warren. — Double Wells, May field, Republican, WarrerUon, 
Washington. — Davisborough, Oconee, Sandersville^ Tennille. 
Wayne. — Doctor Town, Drady's, Waynesville, 
Webster. — Preston, 

White. — Cleveland, Leo, Nacoochee, Pleasant Retreat. 
Whitfield — Dalton, Tilton, Tunnel Hill, Varnell Station. 
Wilcox. — Abbeville, Adams, House Creek. 
Wilkes. — Centreville, Danburgh, MaHorysville, Washington. 
Wilkinson. — Gordon, Jrwinton, Toomsborough. 
Worth. — Isabella, Worth. 



KENTUCKY. 

Adair County. — Breedings, Cane Valley, Casey Creek, Columbia^ 
Glen's Fork, Gradyville, Militown, Montpelier, Neatsville, Victoria. 

Allen. — Allen Springs, Butlersville, Mount JBrial, New Roe, 
Scottsville. 

Anderson. — Cold well's Store, Lavsrenceburghy Ripyville, Rough 
and Ready, Van Buren. 

Ballard. — Blandville, Lovelaceville, Millburn, Oakville. 

Barren. — Cave City, Coral Hill, Fallen Timber, Freedom, Glasgow, 
Glasgow Junction, Hiseville, Nobob, Park, Rockland Mills, Roseville, 
Slick Rock, Temple Hill, Tracv, Payerville. 

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BooKB.— Boone, Bunitsville, BarKnffton, Con8tanoe, Florence Ham 
ilton, Hebron, Northcntt'g Store, Petersburgh. Union VeronZw^^^ 

BouEBOK-CentreviUe, Clintonville, ColWI e, FUt' ^t\T„^C 
HutchwsonX JackrtowD, Lowe'. Station, MilkrgbarghfNorth S^ 
town, *Paru, Rnddel'i Mills, Sha^rhan, Stoney Point i 

BoTD.— Ashland, Bolt's Fort Canonsburgh, *CatUtt$hurah ■ 

Bracken— Augusta^ Bradford, Bratton'g Mills, BrooJcmUe^YoAer 

OuTPeT,^ ?ori^ ^™"- ^-- ^"^ ^'^-^^ MXt 

Bbbathiit.— Frozen Creek, JacJuon, Lost Creek. i 

Brbckinbidgb — BewleyvUle, Big Spring. Clifton MUls, CloverDort. 

ffardmsburch, Ilndsonville, Keener, "Lost Run, Planters' hKJ!: 

phensport. Union Star, Webster. '-uwrB aau, pie- 

D»n«I'''T«^®"'*V'"^*^°"*','i°°' B^'""""*. Bitter Water, Cane Sprtag 
h&ui^^ *"**"• ^'""' Washington, Pitt's Point, §^ 

BoTLBE— Berry's Lick, HarreldsviUe, Honaker's Ferrr LoMmn™^ 

CALrr^.'v I?!^^''''^ T « ^^!^^' iVinc^on, Walnut Grove. 
BlS wL'^b"^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^' ^^'^-y* ^- C— d, Pine 

CAMPBELL.-.Aleiandria, California, Carthage, Cold Sprine Dale 
Gra^tJsLick, Indian Springs, Kane, Newport: Ten mi^^ZttV^k 

CARuoLu^Carrollton, Ghent, Sandefer's Store, Worthville. 

CAKTEB—Bloe Rock, Boone Fnmace, Bruin, Coalton, Vav,^ 
Mount Savaee Olive Hill, Ster Furnace, Upper Ty«irr^ (^aysan, 

CASKY,--Ziberty, Middlebur^h, Mintonvilfe, Wllfiams' Store. 

CHRiSTiAN.-BaiQbndge, BeTleview, Bennettstown, Beverly; Church 
HiU, <f^rrett8burgh, Hopkinsville, LaFayette, Little Rock, Lon^ V?eV 
Newstead, Oak Grove, Pembroke, Stuart's Mill, WiUiams, Wooldrige^s 

cA^X^"'"^'^''^^'' Kiddville, Ruckerville, Stoner, Vienna, TTin. 

Creek7'~^'^ ^'^^' ^''°'^'' ^^'^' ^^^"^^ ^'^^' ^<^^^ter, Sexton> 
^Ci^mos.^AWany, Alpha, Cumberland City, Green Grove, Seventy. 

CRrrr?NDBw.— Crittenden Springs, Dyousburirh, Ford's Ferrv TTnJ 
ricane, Marion, Piney Ford, Weetonb^rgh. ^ ' ^' ^"" 

Mar^o'^wS^t!'"'*"^"'^^*'^'"^ ^'^ ^^°^^' -5ur*.«u/fe, Qrider, 

N^rVrS;rd^^^O^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ Masonvine, 

warrowsiJnddre, Oaktord, * Otoensborougfi, Pleasant Point. Pleasant 
Ridge, West Couisville, WhitesvUle, Yelvington. ^ 

^!;?r^'' V".^*^SW' S'^ ?^^^^' BrownsvUle, Rocky HiU Station. 
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n T''w'''^""SI'^*'''"^' ^/6mm<7«^.Mr^A, H.llslu^r.Migh, Mount rarme\ 
Oak Woods, Plurnmer's Mills, Poplar Plain.., Sli«i burne MUU, Tilton 
Upper Blue Licks. ' 

Floyd. — Lanesville, Prestonhurgh. 

Feanklin.— Benson, Bridgeport, Farmdale, *Frankfoet 

Fulton.— Cacey's Station, Fulton Station, Hickman, St ite Line 

T. , .^i^^^^'"""^'"*°*^*'^^®' Glencoe, Napoleon, Sugar Creek, Walnut 
Lick,J Trar«a«7. 

Garrabd.— Bryantville, Buckeye, Lancaster, Lowell, Paint Lick, 
Spoonville. ' 

Grant.— Cordova, Crittenden, Downingsville, Dry Ridge Gouee's 
Sherman, Stateley's Run, Stewartsville, WiUianstoton. 

Graves.- Bodysville, Clear Spring, Cuba, Dublin, Fancy Farm, 
Parmmgton, FeJiciana, Hickory Grove, Lynnville, Mautield, Pryors 
burgh, Viola Station, Wingo's Station. » ^ > j 

T .^^^^f^^rT"?]^ 5^'"*^^' Caney ville. Falls of Roujrb, Grayson Springs, 
Litchfield, Red Oak, Short Creek, Walnut Spring, HornV Store. 

Green.— AUendale, Greensburgh, Haskinsville, Oceola, Sumraerville, 
Webbs. 

GRKErtvp.— Greenup, Hood's Run, Lynn, Old Town, Oil Works, 
Three Prong. 

Hancock.— Blackford's ffawesville. Huff's Creek, Lewisport, Pates- 
ville. 

HAnDTN.—mizabethtown, Franklin X Roads, Glendale, Howell's 
Springs, Howe's Valley, Long Grove, Nolin, Red Hill, Robertson ville 
Sonora, Stephensburgh, Vine Grove, West Point, White Mills, Ce- 
cilian. 

Harlan.— Big Rock, CaUoway, Harlan C. JT,, LaFontaine, Poor 
g Fork, Wallin's Creek. 

Harrison.— Berry's Station, Boyd's Station, Broadwell, Clayaville, 
Colemansville, Connersville, Curry's Run, Cynthiana, Havilandsville, 
Kentontown, Lair's Station, Leesburgh, Oddville, Paxton, RoberUon's 
Station, Rutland. 

Hart.— Bacon Creek, Canmer, Green River, Hammonville, Horee 
Cave, Munfordaville, Rio, Rowlett's Depot. Three Springs, Wood- 
sonville. * 

Henderson.— Cairo, Hebbardsville, ^Henderson. Newry, Poole's 
Mills, Sraith'8 Mills, Zion. 

Henry.— Campbellsburgh, Eminence, Franklinton, Hill Spring, 
Jericho, Lockport, N'ew Castle, Pleasureville, Port Royal, Sligo, 
Smithfield, Springport. 

Hickman. — Clinton, *Columbus, Moscow, Wesley. 

Hopkins.— Ashbysburgh, Chalk Level, Charleston, Ellwood, Madi- 
sonville, Nebo, Providence. 

Jackson.— Clover Bottom, Gray Hawk, AfcXee, Mauldin, Middle 
Fork, Morrill. ^. i . 



Jefferson.- Deposit, Edwards, Fairmount, Fern Creek, Fisherville, 
Hobb's Station, Jeffersontown, Lacona, Long Run, * Louisville, Mid- 
dletown, Newburgh, O'Baunon, OreU, Portland, River View, Saint 
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Freedom, *Mchola8vil/e, Pekin, Spear's, Sulphur WelL 

Johnson. — Hood's Fork, PaintsmlU. I 

Kenton. — Covington Independence, Kenton, Latonia Springs, 
Ludlow, Morning View, Scott, Visalia. 

KvQx.—Barboursuine^ Clear Creek, Cumberland Ford, Flat Lick, 
Lynn Camp, Swan P«»nd, Yellow Creek. " ■ 

Labue. — Buffalo, Hodgensville^ Magnolia, Mount Sherman, Upton- 
ville. 

Laurel. — Bush's Store, Hazle Patch, Laurel Bridge, London^ Mer- 
shon's X Roads, Raccoon, Whippoorwill, White Lily. , 

Lawrence. — Blaine, Buchanan, Cherokee, Falls of Blaine, Louisa^ 
Peach Orchard, Prosperity, Stoue House, Webbville. i 

Letch er. — Wli iteshurgh. ' 

Lewis. — Cabin Cretk, Concord, Kinniconick, Marine, Mouth of 
Laurel, Poplar Flat, Quincy, Sand Hill, Station Landing, Tolesborough, 
Vanceburgh, 

Lincoln —Crab Orchard, Hall's Gap, Hall's Gap Station, Huston- 
ville, Milledgeville, Stanford, Waynesburgh. 

LiYiNGSTON.- Berry's P'erry, Birdsville, Carrsville, Salem, Smithland. 

Logan.— Adairsville, Auburn, Baugh's Station, Dallam's Creek, Fer- 
guson's Station, Gordonsville, Henrysville, McLeod's Station, Rabbits- 
ville, Richlieu, *Iiut<seUviUe, South Union. i 

liYos.—EddgvUle. 

McCracken.— Florence Station, Massack, Oakland, *Paducah, 
Wood ville. i 

McLean. — Calhoun, Livermore, Long Falls Creek, Mason Creek, 
Rumsey, Sacramento. 

Madison.— Berea, Big Hill, Edenton, Elliston, Kingston, Kirksville, 
Richmond, Rogersville, Speedwell, White Hall. 

Magoffin. — Bloomington, Johnson's Fork, Salyeraville. 

^ Marion.— Bradfordville, Chicago, ^Lebanon, Loretto, New Market, 
p. Penick, Ray wick, Riley's Station, St. Mary's. 

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Mason.- Dover, Farr#»w's Mill, Fern Leaf, Heleim, May's Lick, 
*Maysville, Minerva, Mount Gilead, Muiphysville, North Fork, Oiaoge- 
burejh, Sardis, Slack, Springdale, Washington. ' | 

Meade. — Brandenburgh, Flint Island, Garrett, Garnettsville, Hill 
Grove,. Little York, Rock Haven, Stapleton, Wolf Creek. 1 

Mercee.— Bohon, Cornishville, Dugansville, Duncan, ^Harrodsburgh, 
McAfee, Nevada, Pleasant Hill, Salvisa. \ 

Metcalfe.— Centre, East Fork, Edmonton, Glover's Creek, Knob 
Lick, Pace's, Randolph, Willow Shade. 

Monroe.— Centre Point, Flippin, Fountain Run, Hilton, Meshack's 
Creek, Mud Lick, Rock Bridge, Sulphur Lick, Tompkinsmlle, 

Montgomery.— Aaron's Run, Howard's Mills, Jefferson ville. Levee, 
Mount Sterling, Side View, Wilson. 

Morgan —Black Water, Cassity's Mills, Sandv Hook, West Liberty. 

Muhlenburgh.— Bremen, Earles, EUwood, Greenville, Laurel Bluff, 
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Nelson.— ^arcfe^ow?*, Bloomfield, Boston, Chaplin, Fairfield, Geth- 
semane. High Grove, Hunter's Depot, New HaVen, New Hope, Poplat 
Neck, Samuel's Depot, Say re's Depot. , 

Nicholas.— Blue Lick Springs, Carlisle, Head Quarter's, Hooktown, 
Moorefield, Oakland Mills, Weston. 

Ohio.— Beaver Dam, Buck Horn, Buford, Centre Town, Ceralvo 
Cool Spring, Cromwell, Fordsville, Hartfi^rd, Hines' Mills, Panther 
Creek, Point Pleasant, Rockport. 

Oldham.— Beard's Station, Bell Rose, Brownpborongh, Buckner's 
Station, Centrefield, Goshen, La Grange, Oldliamburgh, Peru, Pewee 
Valley, Westport. 

Owen.— Eflgle Hill, Gratz, Harmony, Monterey, New Liberty, 
OwefUon, Pleasant Home, Poplar Grove, Sparta, West Union. 

Ousley.— Beattyville, Boonville, Green Hall, Island City Proctor, 
South Fork, Traveller's Rest. 

Pendleton.— Boston Station, Butler, Catawba, DeMopsville, Di- 
viding Ri<lge, Elizabeth ville, Falmouth, Flynn ville, Flower Creek, 
Gardnersville, Knoxville, Levingood, Morgan, Motier. 

Perry. — JIazard. 

Pike. — Bent Branch, Coal Run, Enterprise, Mouth of Pond, Piketon, 
Robinson Creek, Shelby Creek. 

Powell. — Stanton. 

Pulaski. — Adams' Mills, Caine's Store, Clio, Dallas, Garden Cottage, 
Lincolnville, Line Creek, Plato, Shopville, Somerset, Thompsonville, 
Valley Oak, Waterloo, White Oak Gnp, Woodstock. 

Rockcastle. — Fish Point, Goochland, Level Green, Mount Vemoti. 
Pine Hill. 

Rowan. — Farmers, Gill's Mills, Morehead. 

Russell. — Creel sborough. Horse Shoe Bottom, Jamestown, Millers- 
ville, Rowena, Royalton. 

Scott. — Dry Run, Georgetown, Great Crossings, Little Eagle, New- 
town, Oxford, Payne's Depot, Ray's Fork, Stamping Ground, Straight 
Fork, White Sulphur, Turkey Foot. ^^ 

Shelby. — Bagdad, Chesnut Grove, Cliristianburgh, Clay Village, 
Cropper's Depot, Graefenberg, Harrison ville. North Benson, *S/ieSy' 
vUle, Simpson ville, Todd's Point. » i 

Simpson. — Franklin. 

Spencer; — Elk Creek, Mount Eden, Smileytown, TaylorsviUe, Van 
Dyke's Mill, Waterford, Wilson ville. 

Taylor. — Campbellsville, Mannsville, Saloma. 

Todd. — AUensville, Clifty, Daysville, E(ktou, Fairview, Hadensville, 
Eirkmansville, Pilot Knob, Trenton. 

Trigg. — Cadiz, Canton, Empire Iron Works, Golden Pond, Lindsay's 
Mill, Linton, Montgomery, Roaring Spring, Rock Castle. 

Trimble. — Bedford, Milton, Winoma. 

Union. — Bordley, Ca!eyville, Huitsville, Lindle's Mills, Morganfidd, 
Raleigh, Union town. , 

Warren. — ^Bowling Green, Briptow Station, Claypool, Elk Spring, 
Green Castle, Had ley, Oakland Station, Rich Pond Grove, Rockfield, 
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Washing roN. Antioc<h, Beech Fork, Beechland, Fredericktown, 
Mackville, SpringfieUl, Texas, Willishurqrh. 

Wayne. — BerryviJle, Cumberland, Mill Springs, MondcellOy Parm- 
leysville. Rock Creek, Weaverton. 

Webster. — Clay, Dixon^ Slaughterville, Vanderburgh. 

Whitley. — Bark Carap Mills, Lot, Marsh Creek, Meadow Creek, 
Rookhold'u Whitley C. H., Wild Cat, Young's Cr.jek. 

Wolfe. — Campion^ Hazle Green. 

WooDPOBD. — DuckerV, Midway, Mortonsville^, Spring Station, Troy, 
Versailiea, 



LOUISIANA. 

Ascension Parish. — Donaidsonville, New River. 
Assumption. — Albemarle, Assumption^ Crane's Forge, Labadieville, 
Paincourtviile. 

McCOWN. 

AvOYLLES Parish. — Big Bend, Evergreen, Ilolmesville, Mansura, 
Marksville, Moreauville, Simmsport. 

BisirviLLB. — Arcadia, Buckhorn, Mount Lebanon, Ringgold, Saline, 
Sparta^ Simsborough. 

Bossier. — Bellevue^ Collinsburgh, Sentell's Store. 

Caddo. — Green \voo«l, Shreveport, 

Calcasieu.— ZcfA;c Charles^ West Fork. 

Caldwell. — Columbia^ Copenhagen. 

Cabroll. — Delhi, Floyd^ Illawara, Lake Providence. 

Catahoula. — Ford's Creek, Funny Louis, Harrisonburgh^ Hemp's 
Creek, Sicily Island, Trinity, White Sulphur Springs, Rosefield. 

Claibobve. — Athens, Gordon, Haynesville, Horner^ Knoxville, Lis- 
bon, Minden. 

Concordia. — Black Hawk Point, Fairview, Frogmore, Packard, Rifle 
Point, Vidalia, 

DeSoto. — Grand Cane, Kealchie, Logansport, Majisfidd. Pleasant 
Hill. 

East Baton Rouge. — *Baton Rouge^ Stony PoinU 

East Feliciana. — Clinton, Darlington, Ja(^son^ Port Hudson, 
Woodland. 

Fbanklin. — Oakley, Winnsborough. 

Ibbbyillb. — Bayou Goula, *Plaquemine, Rosedale, St. Gabriel, 

Jackson. — Bonner, Brookline, Caneville, Douglas, Vernon^ Vienna, 
Woodville. 

Jeffebson. — Carrollton^ Jefferson, Kenner. I 

LaFaybitb. — Cote Gelee, Vermittionville. 

LaFoubcue. — Raceland, Thibodeaux, 

Livingston. — Bayou Barbary, Benton's Ferry, Coelk, French Settle- 
ment, Hammond, Independence, Pass Mauchac, Puucijatoula, Spring- 
field, 

Madison. — Milliken's Bend, New Carthage, Omega, Quebec, Bich- 
tnond, 
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Natchitoches. — Campti, Clourtierville, Marthaville, * Natchitoches, 

Obleans.— Algiers, Fort Pike, *New Orleans. 

Ouachita. — Log Town, * Monroe, Trenton, • 

Plaqubminbs. — Buras SvttlemMnt, Jesuit's Bend, Point a la Lo he 

Point Coupee. — Hermitage, Morganzia, Point Coupee, Red ILvci 
Landing, Waterloo. 

Rapides. — Alexandria, Big Creek, Cheneyville, Cotile, Jatt. 

Sabine. — Fort Jessup. 

Saint Bernard. — Ducros Station, St, Bernard, 

Saint Charles. — Boutte, McCutcheon's Landing, St, Charles C. JJ., 
Gassin'^ Landing. 

Saint Helena. — Amite Parish, Areola, Dennis' Mills, Greensburgh^ 
Hog Branch, Roberts' Mills. Tangapaho. 

Saint Jame.<«. — Cantrelle, Convent, Turead. 

Saint John Baptist. — Bonnet Carre^ Edgard. 

Saint Landry. — Bayou Chicot, Grand Coteau, M( rmenton, *Ope- 
lousas, Plaquemine Brulee, Pouppeville, Ville Platte, Washington. 

Saint Martin's. — La Place, *New Iberia, St. Martinsville, 
' Saint Mary's. — Brashear, Centreville, Franklin, Jeanerett'p, Pat- 
tersonville. 

Saint Tammany. — Covington, Lima, Madisonville, Mandeville, Sun. 

Tensas. — St. JosepKs, Water Proof. 

Terkb Bonne. — Chacahoula, Houma, Terre Bonne, Tigerville. 

Union. — Downsville, Fanner sville, Shiloh. \ 

Vermillion. — AbbviUe, Grand Chenier, Perry's Bridge. 

Washington. — Frankllnton, Shady Grove. 

West Baton Rouge. — Bruly Landing. 

West Feliciana. — Bayou Tunica, Laurel Hill, *St. Francisville. 

Winn. — Atlanta, Bertrand Prairie, Montgomery, Pine Ridge, Saint 
Maurice, Wheeling, Winfield. 



MISSISSIPPL 

Adams County. — *Natchez, 
Amite. — Liberty, Sraiihdale. 
Attala. — Attalaville, Bluff Spring, Centre, Kosciusco, Newton- 

\ille. 

BoLivAB. — Australia, Bolivar, Carson's Landing, Gleucoe, Rosedale, 

McGehee Landing, Terrene. 
Bbnton. — Davis' Mills. 

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ough, Sarepta. 

Cabboll.— Black Hawk, CaroUton, Duck Hill, Elliott, Greenwood, 

Vaiden, Winona. , 

Chickasaw.— Biiena Vista, Houston, M«>ntpelier, Okolona, Sf arta. 

Choctaw. — Bankston, Beliet'ontaine, Black's Wells, Cardaretta, 
Greensborough, Lodi, Pigeon Roost. 

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Clabk.— De Soto, Energy, Enterprise^ Quitman^ Shubuta. 

Coahoma.— i^/-iar'« Pom<, Robson's Landing. 

CopiAH.--Ca8eyviIle, Crystal Springs, Hazle Hurst, Linden, Mount 
Hope, Pine Ridge, Rockport, Wesson. 

Covington.— Jaynesvilie, Mount Carmel, Williamshurgh. 

Db Soto— Elm Grove, Flewellin's X Roads, Hernando, Horn Lake, 
Looxahoma, Olive Branch, SeuaUhobia. 

Fbanklin —Friendship, Homochitto, Knoxville, Little Spring, 
Meadville. re* 

Hancock.— Gainesville, Habolochitto, Pearlington, Riceville, Shields- 
borough, 

Hz.BBiflON.— Biloxi, Handsborbugh, Mississippi City, Pass Christian, 
Hinds.— Bolton's Depot, Byrara, Clinton, Dry Grove, Edward's 
Depot, Vackson, Raymond, Sprng Ridge, Terry, Utica. 

Holmes.- Durant, Goodman, Lexington, Pickens' Station, West's 
Station. 

Issaquena.- Tngomar, Skipwith's Landing, Tallula, 

Itawamba.— Allen's Store, Baldwyn, Fulton, Guntown, Mooreville, 

Pleasanton, Ryan's Well, Shannon, Tupelo, Verona. 
Jackson.— ^m«rtc?^, Brickley, Elder's Ferry, Moss Point, Ocean 

Springs, Pascagoula. 

Jaspeb.— Claiborne, Garlandville, Paulding, Turnerville. 
Jeffebson.- Church Hill, Fayette. Rodney, Union Church. 
JosiiS,—Fllisville, Erata, Pinnellville. 

Kempeb.— Big Oak, De JCalb, Fort Stephens Gainesville Station, 
Kelhs' Store, Scooba, Tainola Station, Wahalak Station. 

La Fayette.— Abbeville, Dallas, La Fayette Springs, Oxford, Tay- 
lor's Depot. -r o .f • J 

Laudebdale.— Chunkey ville, Daleville, Ke wanee, Lauderdale Station, 
Lockhart, Marion Station, *Meridian, Russell, Toomsuba. 

Lawbence.— Brookhaven, Monticello, Oak Vale, White Sand. 
Lkakh,^ Carthage, Conway, Edinburgh, Gobd Hope, High Hill 
Ofahoma, Thomastown. ^ o > 

Lee, — Saltillo. 

Lowndes.— Artesia, Caledonia, ♦Oo/wmJt^, Crawford ville, Mayhew's 
Sution, Tibby Station, West Point. 

Madison.- Breckville, Calhoun, Canton, Madison Station, Sulphur 
Springs. ^ 

Mabion. — Columbia, Fordsville, Spring Cottage. 

Mabsball.— Byhalia, Chulahoma, Early Grove, ^IToUy Springs 
Hornersville, Lamar, North Mt. Pleasant, Tyro, Waterford. * 

MonROK.—Aberdeen, Ashland, Cotton Gin Port, Hamilton, Loohatan, 
Smith ville. Temperance Hill. 

Neshoba.— Coffadeliah, Dixon, Herbert, Laurel Hill, Philadelphia, 
Newton.— Hickory, Lawrence, Newton Depot. 

Noxubee.— Brookville,Gholflon, Macon, Mashula ville, Parkeville 
Prairie Point, Shuqualak. ' 

Oktibbeha— Ash Creek, Cedar Bluff, Choctaw Agency, Double 
Springs, AS^^arArmV/c, Whitefield. ^ ^' ^ouoie 

Panola.- Batesville, Como Depot, Longtown, Panola, Pope's Depot 
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Pebey. — Augusta, Carlile's Mills, Enon, Monroe. 

Pike.— Bogue Chitto, Chaiawa, China Grove, Couerly's, ITobnef^ville, 
Magnolia, Osyka, Summit. 

Pontotoc. — Cherry Creek, Chesterville, Coonewar, New Albany, 
Pontotoc, Poplar Spring, Red Land, Tardyville, Toccopola, Wallersville! 

Rankik. — Bra7idon, Fannin, Pelahatchee D«pot. 

Scott. — Damascus, Forest, Hillsborough, Lak^, Morton, Ilarpersville. 

Simpson.— Harrisville, Mount Zion, Saunders' Creek, Westville, 

Smith. — Polkville, Raleigh, Taylors ville, Trenton. 

Sun Floweb. — McNutt, Shell Mound. 

Tallahatchee. — Charleston, Harrison Station, Center Point. 

Tippah. — Cotton Plant, Dumas, Hickory Flat, Jonesborough, Le 
banon, Orizaba, Ripley, Ruckersville, Salem, Silver Springs. 

l^SHBMiNGO. — Barnes* Store, Bay Springs, Bonneville, Burn«ville, 
Cartersville, Corinth, Cripple Deer, Danville, Dry Run, Eastport, Hazle 
Green, Highland, luka, Jacinta, Kossuth, Rienzi. 

Tunica — A-ustin, Denumbrie's Landing. • 

Wabeen. — Bovina, Cardiff, Hurricane, * Vicksburg, Warrenton. 

Washington. — Egg's Point, Greenville. 

Wayne. — Bucatunna, Red Bluff, State Line Station, Waynesborough, 
Winchester, 

Wilkinson. — Fort Adams, Woodville. 

Winston. — Buckhorn, Fearn's Springs, Lobutcha, Louisville, New 
Prospect, Randall's Bluff, Webster. 

Yalabusha. — Air Mount, Coffeeville, Gamer's Station, Gatewood, 
♦Grenada, Oakland, Pine Valley, Post Oak, Preston, Torrance, Water 
Valley. 

Yazoo. — Benton, DeasonvUle, Satartia, Yazoo City, Vaughan. 



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Alamance County. — Big Falls, Company's Shops, Curtis' Mills, 
Graham, Hartshorn, Haw River, McDaniel, Mebanesville, Patterson's 
Store, Pleasant Grove, Rock Creek, Saxapahaw, Shallow Ford, Snow 
Camp^ Watson ville. 

Alexandeb. — Elk Shoals, Little River, Stoney Point, Taylorville, 
Wittenberg, York Collegiate Institute. 

Alleghany. — Gap Civil, 

Anson. — Anson ville, Bennett's Store, Cedar Hill, Lanesborough, 
Lillesvilje, Wadesborough, White's Store. 

Ashe.* — Cherry Lane, Gap Creek, Glade Creek, Helton, Horse Creek, 
O |«^^<^*<>^i Laurel Springs, North Fork, Scottville. 
j^ Beaufobt. — Bath, Blount's Creek, Leechville, South Creek, Wash- 
ington, 

Bbbtie. — Colerain, Hotel, Roiobel, Windsor, 

Bladen. — Bladen, Bladenborough, Brown Marsh, Crowell's Mills, 
Elizabethtown, Ellisville, French Greek Church, West Brook, White 
Oak. 

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Buncombe. — AshviUey Avery'fl Creek, Fairview^ Homraeny Creek, 
Leicester, Reem'8 Creek, Sandy Mush, Shutlordville, Stockdville, Swao- 
nana. Turnpike, Warm Springs* 

BuBKB. — Bridgewater, Brindletown, Morgantown.i ' 

Cababras. — Carmen's Mills, Concord^ Harris Depot, Kirkland, Mill 
Hill, Mou^ Pleasant, Pioneer Mills. 

Caldwell. — Catawba View, Colletsville, Globe, Lenoia^ Lovelady, 
Patterson. 

Cami vs. — Camden^ South Mills. 

Cabteret. — Beaufort^ Morehead City, Newport, Portsmouth. 

Caswell. — Anderson's Store, Black well. Independence, Leasburgh, 
Locust Hill, Milton, Pelbam, Prospect Hill, Parley, YanceyviUe. 

Catawba. — Catawba Station, Hickory Tavern, Jacobus Fork, Moun- 
tain Creek, Mull Grove, Newton^ White Sulphur Springs. 

Chatham. — Bellevoir, Cane Creek, Carbonton, Egypt Depot, Gold- 
ston, Grove, Gulf, Hadley's Mills, Haywood, Mud Lick, Oakland, 
Pitishoroughy Saint Lawrence, Sandy Grove, Snipe's Store. 

Cherokee. — Fert Montgomery, Murphy y Marble Spring, Stikoih, 
Valley Town. 

Chowan. — Edenton, 

Cleveland. — Camp Call, Double Shoal, Duncan's Creek, Erwinsville, 
Gardner's Ford, Johnson, Knob Creek, Moorjsburgh, Pierceville, 
Shefbyy Stioe's Shoal, White Plains. 

Columbus. — Bogue, Cerro Gordo, Fair Bluff, Gript's Station, Pea- 
cock's Store, WhitesviUe. 

Craven. — Bay River, Dover, *New Beme^ Swift Creek Bridge. 

Cumberland. — Blocker's, ^IhyettevilUy Kyle's Landing. 

Currituck. — Currituck C, H, 

Davidson. — Abbott's Creek, Arcadia, Cedar Bush, Fair Grove, Han- 
nersville, LexingtoUy Midway, Rich Fork, Shady Grove, Silver Hill, 
Spencer, Thoraasville, Yadkin College. 

Davie. — Clarksville, County Line, Farmington, Fulton, Meck^lley 
Smith Grove. Nv 

Duplin. — Branch's Store, Faison's Depot, Hallsville, KenanamUe^ 
Magnolia, Rock Finh, Teachey's, Wallace, Warsaw. ^ 

Edgecombe. — Battleborough, Joyner's Depot, Kingsborough, Rocky 
Mount, Sparta, *Tarboroughy Whitaker's Station. 

Forsyth. — Bethania, Cedar Grove, Kernersville, Lewisville, Old 
Richmond, Old Town, *Salem, Salem Chapel, Sedge's Gurden, Vienna, 
Walkerstown, Weavel's Mills, Winston, 

Franklin — Baker's X Roads, Franklinton, Louishurghy Pacific. 

Gaston. — Cherryville, Crowder's Mountain, Dallasy King's Moun- 
tain, Old Furnace, Pleasant Ridge, South Point, Stanley's Creek, 
Woodlawn. 

Gates. — GatesviUe. 

Granville. — Blue Wing, Brookville, Buchanan, Dutchville, Fair- 
port, Henderson, Kittrell, Knap of Reeds, Oak Hill, Oxfordy Sassafras 
Fork, Tally Ho, TownesviUe, Waller's, Williamsborough, Young's X 
Roads. 

Greene. — Carolina Seminary, Hooktrstown, Maysville, Speight's 
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GiniJOBD.--Brick Church, Centre, Deep River, Fentriss, Friendship, 
Gibsonville, Gilmer's Store, ♦ GreenahorougHy High Point, Hillsdale, 
w.!??®^^' McLeansville, Monticello, New Garden, Oak Ridge, Shaw's 
Mills, Westminister, Young's Mills. s-> w » 

HALtFAX.--Brinklevvnie, Enfield, HaUfaXy Heathsville, Littleton, 
Kingwood, Scotland Neck, South Gaston, Sycamore Alley, Weldou 

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McNeUrs Ferry, Mill Grove, Norval, Summervilky Winslow 

Haywood.— Crab Tree^orks of Pigeon, Johnathan's Creek, Pigeon 
River, Richland Valley, WaynesviUe. 

Hendeesox.— Bear Wallow, Blue Ridge, Boilston, Boman's Bluff 
Calhoun, Cathey's Creek, Cherryfield, ClaytonvUle, Edneyville, Flat 
Rock, ffendersoHviUey MiU River. / , ^^mv 

Hertpobd.— Harrellsville, Murfreesborough, Riddicksville, Sl John, 
Wintan. 

Hyde.— Fairfield, Hatteras, Lake Comfort, Lake Landing, Middle- 
town, Ocracoke, Sladesville, Sioan Quarter. 

Ibedell.— Amity Hill, Bethany Church, Cool Spring, Eagle MiUs, 
Enola, Fancy Hill, Houstonville, Liberty Hill, Mount Mcurne, New 
Hope, New Stiriing, Olin, Oak Forest, Snow Creek, Spring Grove, 
StatesvUUy Sweet Home, Turnersburgh, Union Grove. 

Jackson.— <:!aler'8 Hill, Caaher's Valley, East Laporte, Ocona Lufty, 
Qualatown, Webster, ' 

Johnson.— Beulab, Boonhill, Clayton, Earpsborough, Elevation, 
Leechburgh, Pine Level, Saint Charles, Selino, Smithfidd, 

Jones. — PoUocksville, Trenton, 

Lenoir. — Kinstouy Lenoir Institute, Mosely Hall, Pink HilL 

Lincoln.— Beattie's Ford, Catawba Springs, Cottage Home, Dry 
Ponds, Killian's Mills, Lincolntony North Brock, Rock Mill, Sherrill's 
Ford, Siegle*s Store, Vesuvius Furnace. 

McDowsLL.--Blaok Mountain, Dysortville, Mariouy North Cove, 
Pleasant Retreat, Turkey Cove. 

Macon. — ^Aquone, Franklin* 

MADISON. — Bone Camp, Cross Rock, Holly Grove, Ivy, MarshalL 
Raysville, Spring Creek, White Rock. ^ -> /» — » 

Mabtin. — Hamilton, Jaraesville, WiUiamston. 

Mecklenbubg.— CAarfeWe, Clear Creek, Davidson College, Full- 
wood's Store, Martindale, Mint Hill, Rneville, Providence, Query's, 
Ranaleburgh, White Hall. 

MiTCHBLL.— Bakersville, Childsville, Flinty Branch, Ledger, Spruce 
Pine. 

Montgombbt. — Auman's ffill, Clark's Creek, Edinborough, Harris- 
ville. Mount Gilead, Pekin, Swift Island, TVoy, 

MooBE. — Carter's Mills, Carthagey Cain's Creek, Curriersville, Glena- 
loon, Jackson Spring, Jonesborough, Long Street, Mooshannee, Pros- 
perity, Swann's Station. 

yASH.^-Castalia, Hilliardstown, NaahvUle^ Peach Tree Gtove, 
f^unhope. ^ 

Nbw Hahoveb. — Black River Chapel, Burgaw Depot, Caintuckt 
Cameron, Colvin's Creek, Harrell's Store, Lillington, Rocky Point, 
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Hill, Potecasiv Rich Smiare, Seaboard. 

OifSLOw. — Catharine Lak«*, Gum Branch, Haw Branch, Onslow C -K, 
Richlanda, Swansboroa^, Ward's Mill. 

OBAiroB.—*Chai>el Hill, Clover Orchard, Durham's, Flat River, JTtttff- 
bartmgKt Moant Willing, Oaks, Orange Factory, Red Mountain, Rook 
Spring, Round Hill, South Lowell, University Station. 

FAaguoTANX.— •J^/tzo^M City. 

PEBQUiMOHS.—Belvidere, WoodviUe. 

Pntsoxr.—Allensville, Bushy Fork, Centre Grove, Cunningham's 
St orej M ount Tiraah. Boxb&rouyh^ Van Hook's Store, Woodndale. 

Prrr.— Ooxville, Falkland, Greenville, Johnson's Mills, Mailborough, 
Pactolus, Rid^ Spring. ^ 

Polk. — Columiufi^ Tryon. 

Rakdolpb. — Athboroug?^ Rrower's Mills, Buffalo Ford, Bumey't* 
Mills, Bush Hill, Caraway, Eden, Foust's Mills, Franklinville, Glades- 
borough, Htn»8 Store, Hoover Hill, Jackson's Creek, Jones' Mine, Las- 
wter's Mills, Long'g Mills, Marley's Mills, Moffitt's Mil's, New Hope 
Academy, New Market, New Salem, Reed Creek, Salem Church, Saody 
Creek, Sawyeraville, Science Hill, Trinity College, Troy's Store, White 
House. 

RiciiMOirD.— -Bear Branch, Bennetf s Vineyard, Bostick's Mills, Cov- 
mgploD, Laurel Hill, Laurinburgh, Little's MiMs, Maiiguiu, Powelton, 
Powhatan, Rocki7igham, 

RoBBsov.— Leesville, I/umberton, Queensdale, Red Banks, St. Pauls'. 
Shoe Heel. 

Rockingham.— La wsonville, Leaksville, Lenox Ca&tle, Madison, 
2 J^nroeton, Reidsville, Staceyville, Thompsonville, Troublesome, 

El RowAK.— China Grove, Gold HilL Mount TJlla, Mount Vernon, 
Salisbufy, Wood Leaf. 

; RuTBSBVOBD. — Chimney Rook, Cooper's Gap, Fir«t Broad, Grassy 
Knob, Green Hill, High Shoals, Logan's Store, Oak Spring, Otter 
Creek, Patton's Home, Buther/ordtan, Sandy Plains, Webb's Ford. 

Samfboii.— Blkokman's Mills, Clinton, Draughon's Store, Hawley's 
Store, Henringsville, Monk's Store, Newton Grove, OwenvUle, Taylor's 
^Bridge. 

QrrAin.T.— Albemarle, Big Lick, Efird's Mills, Leo, Norwood. 

SrOKM.— Ayersville, Blakely, Colesville, Crooked Creek, Dunhury, 
FrauCTsoo, Germanton, Little Yadkin, Martin's Lime Kilns, Pilot Moun- 
tain. Walnut Cove, Wilson's Store. 

SuBBY.--2>o*«(m, Elkin, Flat Shoal, Haystack, Judesville, Mt. Airy, 
Roekford, Rusk, Stony Ridge, Tom's Creek. 

TBAK8YLVANiA.--2>au»efo<>n'« Hivery Dunn's Rock. 

Ttbbxl.—- CWum^ia. 

UmoiTv—Beaver Dam, Cobum's Store, Love's Level, Monroe, Mor- 

Sin's Atills, Oak Grove, Olive Branch, Richardson's Creek, Stevens' 
ilh; WalkersvUle, Winchester, Wolftville. <^ 

Wakb— Auburn, Brassfield, Cary, Dayton, Eagle Rock, Fish Dam, 
ForreBtrille^ Green Level, Hays' Store, Middle Creek, Morris ville. New 
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Warben. — Macon Depot, Manson, Ridgeway, Warren Plains, War- 
renton. 

Washington. — Long Ridge, Mackey's Ferry, Plymouth, Scupper- 
nong. 

Watauga. — Boone, Sugar Grove, Valley Cruoia. 

Wathb. — Dudley, Goldsborough. 



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Abbiyillb County. — Abbeville^ Calhoun's Mills, Cokesbury, Dia- 
mond Hill, Donnaldsonville, Dorn's Gold Mines, Due West, Greenwood, 
Hodges, Level Land, Lowndesville, Mount Carmel, New Market, Ninety- 
Six, Temple ot Health, Willington. 
^ Andbbson. — * Anderson C, H., Belton, Brushy Creek, Equalitv, 
,V Honey Path, Mofiettsville, Newell, Pendleton, Rockv Ri^^^ Saddlers 
° I Creek, Shallow Ford, Slab Town, Storeville, Townville, mlliamston. 

Barnwell. — Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Bamtoell C Si, Bkickville, 
Dunbarton, Erwinton, Four Mile Branch, Graham's Turn Out, Ham- 
mond, Johnson, King Creek, Midway, Mims, Speedwell, White Pond, 
Williston, Windsor. 

Bbaufobt. — Beaufort, Blufton, Brighton, GillisonviUe, Grahamville, 
*Port Royal, Roberts ville. 

Chablbston. — Bonneau's Depot, * Charleston, Haddrell's RoBdviile, 
St. Stephen's Depot, Summerville. 

Chbstkb.— Black Stocks, ♦ C /tester (7. H., Curnwell Tumeut, Crosby- 
ville, Haldelville, Hazlewood, Rossville. 

Chesterfield.— Cheraw, Chesterfield C. H,, Jefferson, Mt. Croghao, 

Oro, Pine Tree, Old Store. 
C\.kJBXsT)OTH.— Manning, Sandy Grove, Wright's Bluffl 
Colleton. — Adam's Run, Edisto Island, Jacksonborough Depot, 

Reevesville, Ridgeville, Saint George's, Saltketcher Bridge, Waiter- 

herough, 

DAKUvQTOis.^Darlington C. H., Dove's Depot, Florence, Gully, 
Hartsville, Lisbon, Lydia, Society Hill, Thomas' X Roads, Timmons- 

ville. 

Edgefield.— Big Creek, Dyson's Mills, Edgefield C. H., GraniteviUe, 
Hamburgh, Longraire's Store, Lett's, Mount Willing, Parks, Rehoboth, 
Richardsonville, Ridge, Tucker's Pond. 

Faiefibld.— Doko, Long Run, MonUoello, Ridgeway, Shelton 
WinnBhoro\ Yonguesville. 

GEOROETOWTf. — Georgetown. ' . ▼ /^ 

Greenville.— Chick's Springs, Fairview, Fountain Inn, Gowensville, 

Greenville, Grove Station, Highland Grove, Lima, Marietta, Mush 

Creek, Oak Lawn, Plain, Pleaeant Grove, Sandy Flat, TraveUer's Ri'bt, 

Whilden's Factory, White Sand. ^. , „. 

HoBBT.— Contcayiorowi^A, Gali van t's Ferry, Little River. 

Kbbshaw.— Camcfon, Flat Rock, Liberty Hill, Lynch wood, Tiller's 

Ferrv 
LANCAmcB.- Craig»»ville, Cureton's Store, Dry Creek, Lancaeter 

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ShH^ W "°*1 ^^ ®'"' ^^'^"^ Pleasant, Simpflon's Mill, Tumbling 

Lexington.— Beaver Pond, Hope Station, Lexington C. H., Rieh's 
Store, Steedman's. 

Maeion -Aeriel, Britton's Neck, Carapbell's Bridge, Effingham 
Station FloydsviU^GiJchrist's Bridge, Guoi Swamp, Jeffrey's cfreek, 

«1 i? tJ^-^ "^^''^ ^^^r^*> Mclnnis Bridge, Marion C, H., Mar's 
Blufi; Mullm's Depot, Oak Grove, Reedy Cr^k. 

Maelboeough.— Adamsville, Benn^UsviUe, BrownsviUe, CUo, Par- 
nasBUB. ^ ' 

NEWBEBET.-Chappell'g Bridge, Frog Level, Kinard't Tumont 
JVmodeny C. H,, Pomana, Silver Street, Whitmire's. 

OEAjjGmuBGH.— BranchviUe, Fort Motte, Jamiaon, Orangburgh C. 
-tf., Saint Matthews, Vance's Ferry. v ;/ - 

Ifl^^u^^'^''^^^^^^^ Bachelor's Retreat, Claremont, DacasvUle, 
Eaataloe, Eighteen M,le, Fair Play, Five Mile, George's Creek, Hunter's 
MiliiS Mile C&eek, Oakway, Pickens C. H., Piokensville, Salubrity, Snow 
Creek, Table Mountain, Tunnel Hill, Walhalla. ^' 

Richland.— ♦Columbia, Hopkins Turn Out, Kingsville. 

Spaetanbuegh.- Batesville, BivingsviUe, CaropobeUo, Cedar Hill, 
Crawfordsville, Cross Anchor, Enoree, Glenn Springs, Grassy Pond 

^7^^^^' I^'J^T^'^r^'^''''^^ ^*"^*«' Pacoiitt Depot, Reidsville 
Sj^rtanburgh C, H,, Veinonsville, Woodruff's. 

SuMTEE.— Bethlehem, Bisbopville, Lynchbuigh, Manchester, Maves- 

l^'la^n'lrfe.Sf '^ ™' 6owdey.vUle. JonesviUe. Mount 

*rlL^c?"£:kt Myi?.tn!T' ""^"^^ ^'^^ •^"'"'"'"'"'^ ^"^O*- 

wJlf'^AwMlira'^t'"'*' •n°*'iS''''' B'*!"li»'e. B-llook Creek. CUrk'g 
S°n '« -/J. ^ ' ?°c'""'?,'"'if' Harmony, HopewelJ, New Howe, Eock 
HiU, isnuth's Ford, Smith's Turn Out, YorkoiUe, Zeno. 



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AiTDKBSON CoxTHTT.— CTiWon, Live WelL Moore's Rm*. ni;<,i»><. 
Rots, Wallace's X Roads, WUs^n's. ^ *» "'*'*' *• 

Bkdpoed.— Bellbuckle, Fairfield, Flat Creek. Hickory HUl Na, 
mandy, Palmetto, *8helbyvillt, TTnionyille, Wartraoe Depot 

Bjwton.— Big Sandy, Camden, Danville. 

Bledsob.— Fillmore, Foster's X Roads, Nine Mile Orme's St^,» 
Pih^viUe, Ktt's X Roads, Roberson's X Roads. Stephen's XneL^ 

BtotTNT -Brick Mill Cade's Cove, Chilhow^ EuS/pfflville 
Gamble's Store, LouisviUe, irary«,««, Miser's SuUon, 4ntvSring^ 
Morg«.ton. Rookford, Tnka^eechee Cove, Unitia, Ydlow &Zh^l^ 

Bbadikt.— Charleston, *Cleveland, McDonald 

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Cahhow.— Bradyville, Mechanioeville, Woodbury, 

CAEEOLL—Buena Vista. Clarksburgb, HunHngdin, Lavinia, Mo- 

Kenzie, McLemoresville, Marlborongb, Sandy Bridge, Trezevant. 

Caetee.— Carter's Depot, Cave Spring, Doe River Cove, Duirirer's 

Fu "^'o^'*^^"^ <^P R«», Happy YaUey, Limestone Oov^Rip 
Shm, Roan Mountain. ^ r 

Cbeatham — ^«A/an€? City, ffingston Springs, Pegram's Station, 
Sycamore Mills, Thomasville. 

Claiboene.— Cumberland Gap, Head of Barren, Oldtown, Pleasant, 
Speedwell, Svcamore, Tazewell 

CocKK,^Mwport, Parrottsville, Wilsonville. 

CoppKE.— Beech Grove, Manchester, Tullahoma. 

Cumbebland.— Crab Orchard, OrossvCUe, HebberUburgh, Maple 
Spring, Owl Hill, Pomona, 

Davidsoh.— Belleview, Couchville, Edgefield Junction, Franklin Col- 
lege, Goodlettoville, Madison, ♦Nashville, Ridge Post, White Bend, 
White's Creek. 

DECATvu.'-Decaturviae, Fisher's Landing, Parker's Landing, Perry- 
ville. 

DbEalb.— Alexandria, Laurel Hill, Liberty, Smithville, Temperance 
HalL 

DiCKsow.— Barton Creek, Bum's Station, CharlotU, Cumberland 
Furnace, Gillem's Station, Glendale, Lewiston, Smeedville Station, 
White Bluffs. 

DTEE.--Booth's Pointe, Chesnut Bluffs, Dyersburgh, Maxville, New- 
bem. 

Fateite. — ^Fayette Comer, Galway, LaGrange, Macon« Moscow, 
Oakland, Rossville, SummerviUe, Walker's Station. 
Fenteess. — Boatland, Hale'n MiJls, Jamestoum, Traviaville. 
Feanklik.— Alto, Cowan, Decherd, Estill Springs, Hnnt's Sution, 



Marble Hill, Salem, University Place, Winchester. 
GiBSOH.— Antioch, D>er's Sution, Holly Leaf, 1 
pot, Quincy, Rutherford Depot, TVenton, Yorkville. 



GujBS.— Aspen Hill, Bodeoham, Bradshaw, Buford's Sution, Camp- 
bellsville, Comersville, Klkton, Hammond's Store, Lesters, Lynnville, 
Parker's Store, Pisgah, Prospect Station, *jPulaskiy Vale Mills, Veto, 
Wales Station. 

Gbainoeb.— Bean's SUtion, Blain's X Roads, Clear Spring, Mar- 
shall's Ferry, Morristown, Powder Spring Gap, Red Hill, Eutledge, 
Spring House, Tampico, Thom HilL 

Geeenb. — Camp Creek, Caney Branch, Carter's Station, Cedar Creek, 
Clear Creek, Fullens, Gourley's Bridge, Graysburgh, ♦ O^^nwiT/e, Hen- 
derson's Mill, Horse Creek, Laurel Gap, Limestone Springs, Little 
Chucky, Mid way, Millburaton, NewnansviHe, Pilot Knob, Rheatown, 
Romeo, Timber Ridare, Warrensburgb. 

Geunot. — Altamont, Pelham. 

Hamilton. — Birch Wood, •Chattanooga, Chickamauga, Chicamauga 
Sution, Dallas, Georgetown, Harrison, Lookout Mountain, Loyalty, 
Ooltewah, Sale Creek, Soddy, Tyner, Wauhatchie. 

Hancock.— Mulberry Gap, Sneedsville, War Creek. 

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Valley, Middlebargfa, Middletaii Station, Few Oastle, Pocahontas, 
Sflfisbary, Tocnrn StatioB, WhiUiFifle. 

Hardin. — Boyd't huMditf^ CJofiee Laodinl^, .0rav6D's Landing, Ham- 
bur srh, Heibertovilie, lagleside, Nelson, Sakillov Sctvimmah. 

iiAWKiKs. — Alom 'SpriogB, Afwika'a Milla, Ball'a Gti^ Loe Valiey, 
Mooresbnrgh, New Canton, Qoarrygville, MogenviUe^ ^argoinsville, 
Walnut hS, War Gao, Ydlow 8ior«. 

Hatwood. — Bell's Depot, BroumsmUey CagaviUa, Danoyville, Forked 
Dear, Johnson's jQroTe, Suinton Debot, Woodville. 

HsNDRBSON.—Jano, Lexington^ Mifflin, Poplar Spring, Soott's Hill, 
Shady Hill. 

Hbhbt. — Corao, Conyersville, Henry Station, Manlyville, North Fork, 
ParUy Paris Landing, Porter Station, Sandy Hill. 

HiCKMAH. — Bastinville, Blaff Point, Bon Auqoa, CentreviUe^ Duck 
River, Dannington, Lick Creak, Pine Wood, Vernon. Whitfield, 

HuxpBBBT'a. — ^Fowler^s Lanidkig, Johnsonville, MoEwen's Station, 
Waverly. 

jAOKSOir.^Butler's Landing, <)elfaia, Flynn's Lick, Fort Blount, 
Gainesboro\ Granvill.e, Highliuid, Moore'E Store, North Springs, Whit- 
leyville. • 

JsFFXBSON. — Dandridge, Flat Gap, Kansas, Leadvale, Mill Spring, 
Mossy Creek, New Market, Qalc Grove, Panther Springs, RusFefiville, 
Strawberry Plains, Talbott's Milk, Trion, Whiteeburgh. 

JoHKsoN. — Baker's Gap. High ^ealth, Little Doe, Pandors, Taylora- 
viUe^ Trade, Wagner's Valley, Ward's Iron Works. 

Enox. — Ball Camp, Beaver Ridge, Ball Ran, Campbell's Station, 
Church Grove, Concord, Gap Ciyek, Gravaaton, ^XncaHUey McMillan, 
Mecklenburgh, Powall'i Sution, Roaaberry, Seven Iriands, Thorn 
Grove, Twinville, Vandergriff'a. 

Laudbrdalk. — ^Anhport, Durhamville, FuHon, Hale's Point, Ripley. 

Lawbbncb. — Appleton, Heoryville, Lawrmeiburghy Maroella Falls, 
Palo Alto, West Point. 

Lewis. — Newburgh^ Palestine. 

LivcoLK. — Cyraston, FhvtiUe^itte^ George's Store, Kelso, Lynch- 
bnrffh, Millville, Mulberry, Oregon, Peterabargh, Caniargo. 

MoMiNir.— M^A«n«, OantralPs X Roads, Cog HiU, Mouse Creek, 
Rioeville. 

MoNaibt. — Adamsville, Bethel Springa, Ohewalla, Hatohie, McNary 
Station, Purdy^ Ramer. 

MACON.—Alton Hill, Echo, Gibbs* X Roads, La lihyette. 

MADiaow. — ^Andrew Chapel, Denmark, Gidaden, Henderson Station, 
Jackson, Medon, Pinson, Spring Creek, CMd Cotton Grove. 

Mabiov. — Jaaper^ Loony's Cre^ Niccja^ Tracy City, Walnut 
Valley, Whiteside, Moffatt^i Sution. 

Mabshall. — Belfast, Berlin, Caney Spring, Catalpa Grove, Chapel 
Hill, Farmington, Globe Creek, Levjuwrgh^ Lillard's Mills, Tyrone. 

Mau&t.— Ash wood, *ColuvMa^ CuUeoka, Duck River Sfatii*n, 
Fountain Creek, Hampahire, Hardiaoo's ICilla, Mount Pleasant, Ne- 
apolis, Santa Fe, Spring Hill, Williaoaaport. 

Mbigs. — Decatur^ Goodfield, ^ncannon's Verrj. Pine Land, Sewee, 
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MoHBOB.--Belltown, Citico, Eve MiHs, Four Mile Branch, Jalapa, 
MadisonvtlU, Mount Vernon, PhUadilphia, Sweet Water, Telttoo 
Plains. , ' 

MoNTOOMEBY.— Corbandale, * Clarktvifle, Jordan's Springs, MoAl- 
ii^^ %r^ Roads, N-ew Providence, Oakwood, Orrasbargh, Peacher's 
Mills, Pleasant Mound, Port Royal, Rin>rg.>ld, Tate's Station, WoodUwn. 

MoBGAN.— Crooked Fork, Glades, Montgomery, Pine Top. 

Obiom.— Kenton, Tiptonville, Troy, Troy Station, Union City. 

OvsKTON.— itvmg«<on, Monroe, Mouth of Wolf, Netherland, 
Nettle Carrier, Oak Hill, Olympus, Weat Fork.' 

Pkbby.— Beardstown, Bntt's Landing, Cypress, Linden, Lobelville. 

Poi.K.—Benton, Brush Creek, Ducktown, Higdon's Store, Parksville. 

PuTJf AM.r- CookviUe. 

Rhea.— Preston viile, Smith's X Roads, Sulphur Springs, Washington, 

Roamb.— Bamardsville, Bear Creek, Eagle Furnace, Erie, Gray's Hill, 
Hackberry, Kingston, Lenoir's, Loudon, Paw Paw Ford, Poi^t Oak 
Springs, Stockton, Tabor, Webster, Williams' Mill, Wood's Hill, 
Wrightsville. 

RoBEBTSON.— Adam's Station, BarroD Plain, Black Jack, Cedar Hill. 
Coopertown, Cross Plains, Fort's Station, Green Brier, Springfield, 
Turners ville. 

RuTilEBFOBD.— Cariockville, Fosterville, Jefferson, Jordan's Valley, 
LaVergne, Milton, Murfree8horo\ Read) ville, Smyrna, Versailles, 
Walter Hill. 

Scott.— Brynn Flynon, Horse Shoe Bend, ffuntsviHe^ Walnut 
Springs, Winfield. 

Sequatchie. — I>uHlap^ Fillmore, Walnut Valley. 

Sevier.— Boyd's Creek, Cannon Store, Fair Garden, Gatlinburgh, 
Henderson's Springs, Henry's X Roads, Pigeon Forge, SeviervUU, 
Trundle's X Roads, Walden^i Creek, Wear's Gove. 

Shelby. — Bartlett, Colliersville, Cuba, Gdrmantown, Greenwood, 
Harrison's Store, Island No. 40, •Memphis, Morning Sun, Nashville, 
Raleigh, Sulphur Well, White's Station, White Haven. 

Smith.— Bagdad, Carthage, Chesnnt Mound, DiflScult, Dixon's 
Springs, Gordonsville, Jeuning's Fork, New Middleton, Rome. 

Stewaet. — Cumberland City, Cumberland Iron Works, Dover, In- 
dian Mound, Stewart, Tennessee Ridge. 

SutxivAN. — Arcadia, RlountsviUe, ♦Bristol, Eden's Ridge, Edge- 
worth, Fordtown, Hilton's, Holslon Furnace, Jarrett's Branch, Ken- 
drick's Creek, Kingsport, Mill Point, Morrell's Mill, Piney Flats, Union 
Depot. 

SuHNBB. — ^Castalian Springs, Enon College, Fountain Head, • GaUatin- 
Hartaville, Hendersonville, Mitchellsville, Richland Station, Saunders, 
ville, Trammel. 

Tipton. — Bloomington, Covington, Mason, Mount Zion, PortersviUe, 
Randolph, Richardson's Landing. 

UNioN.-^Clinch River, Haynaa, Lost Creek, Ley's Cross Roads, 
MaynardviUe, Raccoon Valley, Warwick's X Roads. 

.Vak Buben. — Bone Cave, South Rock Island, Spencer, 

Wabbcx. — Incraase, Irving College, McMinnville, Morrison, Pine 
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W^HiNOTOW.— Boon's Creek, Bro-leevUle, Buffalo, Cherry Grove, 

Falle Branch, Freedom, Qarber's Mills, Hawes Crow Roads, Johnson's 

Uepot, Jonesbarauffh, Leesburgh, Locust Mount, Longmire, Millwood. 

Watnk.— Clifton, Wavnesboro*. -^ © -» 

WKAKLEY.--2>rw<fen, Dukedom, Elm Tree, Gardner's Sution, Glee- 

son Stauon, Locust Grove, Pieroe Sution, PoUmd Springs, Ralston's 

Milh°™*"^*^^' Newark, River Hill, Rock Island, J^rta, Simpson's 

..)^^i^^^®^^""^*"'®°' Bethesda, Brentwood, Colleije Grove, Eacle- 
\ ille, •^n^/tl^ Jordan's Store, NolensviUe, Peytcmsville, Rieg'sX 

Roads, Thompson's SuUon, Triune. ^ es _ 

_ Wilson -^Austin, Big Spring, CainsviUe, Conraierce, Gladeville, C 

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TEXAS. 

Andbrson County.— Barton* Beaver, Bethel, Hendersonville, Kicka- 
poo, Falesttne, PJentitude, Prewitt's Tanyard, Tennessee Colony. 

Angelina.— Cheesland, Horner^ Marion. 

Atasosa.- Mottomosa, PUasanton^ Somerset, 

AxjBTiv.^^eliville, Cat Spring, Hempstead, Lidustry, Millheim, New 
Ulm, San Felipe, Shelby, Travis, Waller's Store, Wesley. 

Bandbba. — Bandera, 

Bastbop.- Alum Creek, Bastrop, Cunningham's, Serbin, Youne's 
Settlement. * 

B^s.-^BeeviUe. 
Bbll. — BeUon, Howard, Salado. 

Bbxab.— Camp Stockton, Draytown, Leon Springs, San Antonio, 
belma. 

Blanco. — Blanco, Round Mountain, Twin Sisters. 

TTu^^Jhr^^^^^' ^% Pond, Hog Creek, Meridian, Norman Hill, 
V alley Mills. 

Bowib.— ^o««on, DeKalb. 

Bbazobia.— Brazoria, Columbia, Sandy Point, Velasoo. 

Bbazos. — Bryan, Millican. 

Bbowh. 

BuRLBsoN.- Blue Branch, Caldtoell, Lexington, Prospect, Sand Fly. 

Bubnbt.— ^wme<. Double Horn, Mahomet, Mormon Mills, Oatmeal. 

Caldwbll.— Zoc^Aar*, Plum Creek, Prairie Lea, Sour Spring. 

Calhoun. — Indianola, Port Lavaca. 

Cambbon.— Brazos Santiago, BrotonsviUe, 

Cass.- Douglassviile, Hickory Hill, Linden, Nash's Foundry. 

Chambers. 

Chbbokbb.— Alto, Bonner's Ferry, Griffin, Jacksonville, Knoxvflle, 
Larissa, Lmwood, Pinetown, Busk, Shoock's Bluff, Sulphur Springs. 

Collin.— FarmersviUe, Highland, Lebanon, Lone Tree, m£innef/, 
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CoMANCHB. — Coia. 

CooKE. — Gainesville. 

CoEYKLL. — Gatesvifle. 

Dallas.— Breckinridge, Oedar Hill, Dallas, Haught's Store, Lan- 
caster, New Loven, Scyene, Trinity Mills. 

Denton. — Denton, Lewisville, Pilot Point. 

De Wm.— Clinton, Concrete, Live Oak, Meyers ville, Pierpont Place 
Yorktown. ^ * 

Ellis.— Brocksville, Chambers' Creek, Cummin's Creek, Milford, 
Red Oak, Waxahatchie, Wilton. 

El Paso. — El Pa^o, Isleta, San Elizario. 

Erath. — Duffau, StephenseiUe 

Falls. — Alta Springs, Carolina, Golindo, Jena, Marlin, Rock Dam. 

Fannin. — Bonham^ Honey Grove, Ladonia, Orange ville, Wan en. 

Fayette. — Cedar, Cistern, Fayetteville, High HitI, La Gratige, Ly- 
nns, Neese's Store, Oro, Pi(i Oak, Ross ville. Round Top, Rutersville, 
Winchester. [ 

Fort Bend. — Richmond, Stafford's Point, Sugar Land. \^ 

Freestone. — Cotton Gin, Fairfield, \ 

Galveston. — * Galveston. 

Gillespie. — Cherry Spring, Fredericksburg ft. Grape Creek. 
Goliad. — Goliad, 

Gonzales. — Belmont, Big Hill, Gonzales, Ilopkinsville, Lakeland, 
Rancho, Sandy Fork. 

Grayson. — Farmington, Kentucky Town, Macomb, Pilot Grove, 

Sherman, 

Grimes. — Anderson, Bedias, Courtney, Navasota, Prairie Plains. 

Guadalupe. — Nockenut, Seguin, 

Hamilton. 

Hardin. — Concord, Hardin^ Sour Lake. ♦ 

Harris. — Harrisburgh, Hockley, ^Houston, Lynchburgh, Rose Hill. 

Harrison. — Ash Spring, Friendship, Jonesvillc, MarshcUl, Powellton. 

Hays. — Dripping Springs, Mountain City, San Marcos. 

Henderson. — J.^A€n«,Brownsborou^h, Buffalo, Malakofl^ Pine Grove. 

Hidalgo. — Edinburgh. 

Hill. — Covington, Hillsborough, Peoria, Towash, White Rock. 

Hopkins. — Black Jack Grove, Black Oak, Bi ight Star, Charleston, 
Glade Creek, Saltillo, Sulphur Bluff, Tarrant, White Oak. 

Houston. — Alabama, Augusta, Coltharp'n, Crockett, E.iza, Hancock, 
Naches, Parker's Mills, Pennington, Prairie, San Pedro, Shiloh. 

^ij^sT.— Greenville, Hooker, Tidwell Creek, Timbler Creek. 

Jack. — Jacksborough. 

Jackson. — Morales, Texana, 

Jasper. — Jasper, 

Jefferson. — Beaumont, Sabine Pass. 

Johnson.— Buchanan, Cleburne, Grand View, Quicksand. 

Karnes. — Ecleto, Helena, Pana x\f aria. 

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Kbndall. — Boeme^ Hod^i^eV Hill. 

KsRR. — Comfort, KerrviUe^ Zanzenburgh. 

KiNNBT. — lort Clark. 

Lamab.— Ben Franklin, ParU^ Prairie Mount, StarksviHe. 

Lampasas. — Lampasas. 

Lavaca. — Antioch, Haokberry, JSallettsviUey Hope, Moulton, Peters- 
bargh^ Sppakeville. Sweet Home. 
L&ON. — Cet^trevWey Kidd's Millf*, Leona, Bowling. 
LiBBBTY. — Qrand Cane, Liberty, Mohb Hill. 

LiMBSTONB. — Entaw, Iron Clad, Moant Calm, Personville, SpringflM, 
LivB Oak. — Gussettville, OakvUle. 
Llano. — Llano. 
MoLbknan. — Waco. 
Madison. — Afadiaonoille. 
Marion. — Jefferson, 
BIason. — Hed wig's HJ|!, Mason, 
Mataoobda. — Canpy, Matagorda. 
Maybrick. — Eagle Pass. 

Mbdina. — Castr'ooi/fe, D'Hanis, Mew Fountain. 
Milam. — Cameron^ Nashville, Sau Gabriel. 
MoMTAOUB. — Montagtte. 

MoNTooMBRY. — Danville, Montgomery, Prairie Home. 

Nacoodochi». — Cherino, Douglass, Lmn Flat, Melrose, Nacogdoches. 

Navarro. — Birdston, Corsicano, Dresden, Hiohland Crushing, Uural 
Shade, Rush Creek, Spring Hill, Taos. 

Nbwton. — Bnikeville, Newton^ 

NuBCBS. — * Corpus Ckristiy San Diego. 

OranOb. — Orange. \ 

Palo Pinto. — Pulo Pinto. ' 

Panola —Carthage, Grand Bluff, Lineville, Reed's Settlement, Wal- 
nut Hill, Wood's. ' ^ "^ ; 

PARKBR.--Carter8ville, Veal's Station, Weatherford. I 

Polk. — Cold Spring, Lwingstony Moscow, Swartout. 
Presidio — Fort DivIp. 

RBDKivBR.--aarA;*i;f//e, Cuthand, Maple Springs, Milton, Rob- 
binsville. . 

RBFUttio. — Lamar, Refugio, Saint Mary's. 

Robertson.— OM?«njjwi7/«, Whelock, Willow Creek. 

Rusk.— Bellfcview, Henderson, Iron Mountain, Milville, Minden, 

Mount Enterprise, New DanvHle, New Salem, Pine HiH, Wallinir's 

Ferry, Wherry's. 
Sabinb. — Brookeland, Milan, Sabinctown. j 

San AtTGusTiNB. — San Augustine, \ 

San Patricio. — San Patricio, I 

San Sabata. — San Sabata. \ 

Shblby.— Cen/er, Hamilton, Hilliard's, Shelh>vill.'. 1 

Smith.— Garden VaUey, Mount Sylvan, Rindall, Seven Leagues, 

Starr's Mills, Starrville, Troup, Tyler, i 

Starr.— i?io Grande City. \ 

Tarrant.— At<!>bt80u'8 Point, Birdsville, EstiU's Station, FoH Worth, 

Johnson's Station, Mansfield, Double Springs. 



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Trinity.— Oaleta, Nogajlis Prairie, St^baMopul, Sum/tier. 
Tyler.— To ^n Bluff; WoodviUe. 

Ui-SHUR.- Carrollton, Coffeevill. , Earpfille, Gilmer, La Fayette, 
Omega, Pittsburgh, Point Pleasant, Long View. 
UvALDBv— Sibijial, Uoalde. 

Yjls Zaxdt.— Big Rock, Canton, Edom, Jordan's S.iline. 
Victoria. — Anaqua, Mmgion Vnlley, Victoria. 

WALKKii.—Holloway's Store, IluntsviUe, Newport, Tusoaloosa, VW 
verly. 

Washington.- ^re;tAaw, Chapel Hill, Evergreen, Gay Hill, Inde- 
pendence, Union, Vine Grove, Washington. 

Wbbb. — Laredo. 

WiiAitroN-. — Bcrnaid's Station, Egypt, Wharton. 

Williamson.— Bagdad, Circle ville. Cum Hill, Florence, Georgetown. 
Lil>erty Hill, Pond Spring, Round Rock. 

Wilson. — Lavemia, Sutherland Spriitgs. 

Wise. — Decatur. 

Wood.— Parry ville, Quitman, Springvillo, Webster, Weimar, Winns- 
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Accomack County. — Accemack C, H., RJIe Haven, Chincoleagiie, 
Chincoteague Island, Guilford, Horntown, Jenkin's Bridge, Locust 
Mount, Locustville,Mess<ingo, Metoinpkin, Modest Town, New Church, 
Onancock, Pungotcaguo, Savageville, Temperanceville, WiHeville. 

Albbmakle. — Bentiyulio, Brown's Cove, Carter's ^fu\gi',* Charlottes- 
viUe, Cobham, CovesviUe, Earlys ville. Free Union, Greenwood Depot, 
Howardsville, Ivy Depot, Keswick Depot, Mechum's River, MilliuL'^ton, 
Moorman's Rivei-, North Garden, Porter's Precinct, Scottsville, Uni- 
versity of Virginity, Warren. 

Alexandria. — ^Alexandria, ^ 

Allrobant. — CHllaghao's, Clifton Fx>rge, Covington, Morris Hill, 
Selma, Sweet Chalbeate. \ 

Amelia. — Amefia C. H., Chula Depot,: Deatonsville, Jetersville, 
Mannboruugh, Matoax, Morven, Painesville. 

Amherst. — Allen's Creek, Amherst C, H., Cool Well, Mason's De- 
pot, New Gla<igow, Salt Creek. 

Appomattox — Appomattox C. H., Bent Creek, Evei-green, Nebraska, 
Oakville, Pamplio's Depot, Spout Spring, Spring Mills, Stone Wall Milld, 
Tower Hill, WaTker's Church. 

Augusta. — Arbor Hill, Burke's Mills, Churchville, Ciaigsvillej Deer- 
field, Fishersviile, GreenvilW, Hermitage, Jenuinu's Gap, Long Glade, 
Middlebrook, Mint Spring, Mofi'it's Creek, Mostiy Creek, Mount Alo, 
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Porcelain, SftDgenrille, Sherango, * Staunton^ Steele's Tavern, Stribling 
Swoope'g Depot, Waynesborough. 

BiTH.^Ba^h Alum, Jiath C, ff., Cady'n Tnnnel, Cleek's Mills, Hcal- 
inflr Springs, Hot Springs, Millborongh Springs, Mountain Grove, Sun 
Rise. 

Bedford. — Bellevue, Big Island, Body Carap, Buford^s, Bunker Hill, 
Chambliaaburgb, Charlcmont, Chesnut Fork, Davis' Mills, Emaus, 
Fancy Grove, Goodview, Hendrick's Store, Holoomb's Rock, Horeb, 
Kaaey^s, Liberty^ Lisbon, Loving Creek, Lowry, Stewartsville, Thar- 
ton's. Trinity Church, Wade's. 

Bland. — Crab Orchard^ Mechanicsburgh, Rocky Gap, Sharon. 

BoTicTOUBT.— A roster dam. Blue Ridge, Cloverdale, Dagger's Springs, 
J^ncast/ej FInkea, Junction Store, Locust Botto.n, Old Ilickory, Pat- 
tonsburgh, Roaring Run, Saltpetre Cave, Tinker Knob, Walker's Mills. 

Brunswick. — Bumtville, Charlie Hope, Gholsonville, Jonesborough, 
Eenneily's, ZawrenceviUe^ Powellton, Smoky Ordinary, Sturgeon viUe, 
White rlai us. 

BociiANAN. — Grundy. 

Buckingham. — JSuckingham C, J7., Curdsville, Diana Mills, Gray's 
Store, Glenmore, Gold Hill, Gravel Hill, Mount Yinco, New Canton, 
New ^tore. Well Water. 

Camtbbll. — Arnoldton, Brook Neal, Campbell C. H.^ Castle Craig, 
Concord Depot, Gri»en Hill, Hat Creek, LeesviUe, *Lynclibargh, Marys- 
ville, Morris Church, Mount Athos, Mount Zion, New London, Pigeon 
Run, Tellow Branch. 

Cabolinb. — Btywlirig Oreen^ Cedar Fork, Central Point, Flippo's, 
Guiney's, Milford, Mobs Neck, Penolo, Point Eastern, Port Koyal, 
Ruther Glen, Sparta. 

Carroll. — Chamber's Valley, Cranberry Plains, Gladesborough, 
HUlivilU, Lamsburffh, Piper*s Gap, Stone Motmtain, Wolf Glade. 

Charlrs Citt.— -Wilcox Wharf, Wilson's Landing. 

Charlotte. — Aspen Wall, Bam^ville, Charlotte C IT.y Cole's Fer- 
ry, County Line Cfross Roads, Drake's Branch, Dupree's Old Store, 
Harrey's store, Keysvitle, Mossing Ford, Red House, Red Oak Grove, 
RolUrg Hill, Talcott, Wyliesburgh. 

Chestrrfibld. — Bellona Arsenal, Chester, Chesterfield C ff. Halls- 
borough, Manchester. Midlothian, Skin quarter, Winterpock. 

Clarkv. — BerryviUe^ Castleman's Ferry, Millwood, Wadesville. 

Craio. — New Castle^ Ripley's Mills, Simmonsville, Sinking Creek. 

CuLPRPPBR. — Boston, Brandy Station, Castleton, Culpepper C Hy 
Eldorado, Griffinsburgh, Homeland, Jeffersonton, Mitcbell's Station, 
Oak Shade, Raccoon Ford, Rapid Aim Station, Stevensbargh, Way- 
Ian dsburgh. 

CuMBRRLAvp. — Ca Ira, Cartersville, Cumberland C H^ Fork WilliS;, 
Oak Forest, Stony Point Mills, Sunny Side. 

DiHwiDDiB. — Both wick, Dinwiddie C H, Ford's Depot, Goodwyns- 
ville, ^Petersburgh, Ream's Station, Ritchieville, San |Marino, Suther- 
land, Wilson's Depot. 

EuzARRiH Crrr. — ffampion^ ♦Old Point Comfort. 

Ebsrz. — Centre Cross, Dunnsville, Loy'ds, Loretto, Miller's Tavern, 
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Fairfax.— Accotink, Centreville, Dinesville, Dye's Mill, FaWfax 
C U, FalU Church, Herndoo, Langley, Lewinsville, Painters, Pleasant 
Valley, Prospect Hill, Sprinfield Depot, Springfield, Theological Semi- 
nary, Thornton's Depot, Vienna. 

Fauquibb — Bealeton, Bowenville, Bri^terburgh, BroafMlun Sution, 
Catlett, Elk Run, Foxville, Markham Station, Morrisville, New Balti- 
more, New Brighton, Owl Run, Paris, Piedmont Station, Pine Vie;w, 
Rector's X Roads, Rectortown Station, Salem Fauquier, Somerville, 
The Plains, Upperville, ♦ Warrmton^ Weave? sville. 

Floyd.— Copper Hill, Copper Vallev, Floyd C R, Greasy Creek, 
Indian Valley, Little River, Sirapson'H,We8t Fork Furnace. 

Fluvakica— Boswe'l's, Bremo Bluff, Central Plains, Chapel Hill, Co- 
lumbia, Eiliottaville, Fork Union, Hunter's Lodge, Falmyra, Seven Is- 
lands, Union Mills, Wilmington. 

FRANKLiN.-^Bonbr©ok, Boon's Mill, Cooper's, Dickinson's, Glade 
Hill, Gogginsville, Hale's Ford, Long Branch, Naff's,Penhook, Pig 
River, Prillaman's Retrieat, Hacky Mount, Shady Grove, Snow Creek, 
Sontag, Sydnorsville, Taylor's Store, Union Hall, Young's Store. 

Frederick. — Acorn Hill, Back Creek Valley, Brucetown, Capper's 
Spring, Cedar Creek, Collinsville, Gainesborough, Gravel Springs, 
Hayfield, High View, Middletown, Mountain Falls, Mount Vernon 
Tannery, Newtown Stephensburg, Stephenson's Depot, White Hall, 
* Wifijhester, 

Giles. — Egglet ton's Springs, Newport, Pembroke, Pearisburgh. 
Poplar Hill, White Gate. , 

Gloucester. — Gloucester C ff, Hickory Fork. 

Goochland. — Dover Mills, D«)ver Mines, Fife's, Goochland C J7, 
Hadensville, Johnson's Springs, Loch Lomand, Pemberton, Perkins- 
ville, Pierce's, Shannon Hill. 

Grayson. — Bridle Creek, Elk Creek, Grant, Independence^ Meadow 
Creek, Mouth of Wilson, Nuckollsville, Point Hope, Spring Valley. 

Greene. — Dawsonville, Ruckersville, StanardsviUe. 

Gbeentille. — Hicksfordy Poplar Mount. 

Halifax. — Barkesdale, Black Walnut, Bloomsburgh, Brooklyn, Clo- 
ver Depot, Halifax C JST, Harmony, Hyco, Hyco Falls, Meadville, 
Mount Carmel, Mount Laurel) News Ferry, Red Bank, Republican 
Grove, Soottsburgh, South Boston Depot, Vernon Hill, Whitlock, 
Wolf Trap. 

Hanover. — Ashland, Atlee's Station, Beaver Dam Depot, French 
Hay, Goodall's, Hanover C H, Hewlett's, Junction, Montpelier, Mor- 
ris, Negro Foot, Old Church, Rockville, Spring Level, Taylorsville, 
Verdon. 

Henrico. — Curl's Wharf, Deep Bottom, Erin Shades, Glen Allen, 
*RiCHMOND, Seven Pines, Westham Locks. 

Henry. — Horse Pasture, Irisburgh, -3far<m*vt7/tf, Prunty's, Ridge- 
way, Taylorsville. 

HionLAND. — i)oe Hill, Head Waters, Hightown, McDowell, Mead- 
ow Dale, Mill Gap, Monterey^ New Hampden, Spruce Hill, Strait 
Creek. 

IsLR OF Wight. — Carrsville, Smithfield, Windsor Station, Zuni Sta- 
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Jambs City.— Burnt Ordinary, WiUiamsburgh. 

Kino awd Qubbn. — Broington, Carlton's Store, ^in^ and Queen 
C H,^ Little Plymouth, Newtown, Saint Stephen'^ Church, Shakeltbrd's 
SteveDsville, Walkerton. 

King GEORGB.--Chatterton, Comorn, Edge Hill, Friend ship ville, 
Hampstead, King George (7. H.^ Port Conway. 

KiwQ William.— Aylett's King William, 6 H.. Lanesville Maniro- 
hick, We^t Point. ' * 

Lancastsb. — Kilmomock, Lancaster C. H.. Litwalton. Pavne^s 
Shop. ' ^ 

Lbb.— Beech Sprmg, Cany Hollow, JonesvUle, Rocky Sution, Rose 
Hill, Stickleyville, Turkey Cove, Walnut HiU, Whitesburgh, White 
Oak Springs. 

Loudon.— Aldie, Areola, Bloomfield, Bolington, Broad Run, Cirole- 
ville, Farmwell, Gorepville, Guilford Station, Hamilton, Hillsborough, 
Hughtfsville, Leeshurgh^ Lincoln, Lovettsville, Middleburgh, Mount 
Gilead, Philoraont, Purcelville, Sniokersville, Taylorbtown, Unison, 
Waterford, Wheatland. 

Louisa.— Bell's X Road^, Bumpass, EUisville. Frederickshall, Gilboa, 
Gum Spring, Harris, Jackson, Locust (^reek, Long Creek, J ouiaa 
C, ffy Poindexter's Store, Thompson's X Roads, Tolersville, Trevil- 
iian's Depot. 

LuNENBUEQH.— Brickland, Columbian Grove, Double Bridge, Laurel 
Hill, Lochleven, Lunenburgh C, If,, N^w Plymouth, Kon Interven- 
tion, Plantersville, Rehoboth, Tussekiuh, Waitsborough, Yatesville. 

Madison.— Criglerville, Grave's Mill, Leon, LoctiMt Dale, Madison 
C. H., Madison Mills, Oak Park, Roclielle, Seville, Wolftown. 

Matthews. — Mattheuis C. H. 

MBCKLKNBUBGU.—Abby ville, Boydton, Oh rintians ville, Clarksville, 
Forksville, Lombardy Grove, Oakley, Saint Tammany's, South Hill. 
.>pring Hill, White House, Whittle's Mills. 1 

Middlesex— Church View, Freeshade, Jamaica, Saluda, Sandy 
Bottom, Urbanna. 

MoNTGOiffiBY. — Auburn, Alleghany Spring, Big Sprmg Depot 
Blacksburgh, Childress' Store. * Christiaiisburgh, LaFayette, Lovelv 
Mount, McDonald's Mill, Shawsville. ^^ J ^ j 

Nanrbmond.— Chuckatuck, Lorasville, Nansemofiid, S'fffo^k. 

Nblson.— Afton, Arnngton, Faber's Mills, Greenfield, Hard wicka- 
ville, Horseley's Landing, Zovingston^Ms^s^Wn Mills, Montreal, Nelly's 
Ford, Norwood, Rockfish Depot, Tye River Depot, Variety Mills. 
Willow Bank. ^ -» 

New Kent.— Barhamsville, New Kent C, ff., Slatersville. 
Norfolk.— Deep Creek, Lake Drummond, * Norfolk, ♦Portsmouth. 
NoBTHAMPTON —1% View, Capeville, Cherrystone, KastviiU, Frank- 
town, Hadlock, Johnsontown, Sea View 

NoBTuuMBEELAND.-/rt5a<«v»7/6,Lott8burgh, Union Village, Wicomico 
Church. 

Nottoway —Blacks and Whites, Bui ksville, t^orkland, Nottoway 
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Okangb.— Gordonsville, Liberty Mills, Madison Run Station, Oranae 
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ville, Massanotton, Shenandoah Iron Works, Stony Man. 

Patrick.— Ararat, Elamsville, Mavo Forge, Meadows of Dan, Pat* 
rtck C, ff,, Patrick Springs, Pemi's S'tore, Rock Spring. 
^^^^^^^^^}*^'—^^<i^Q^or'H Hall, Berger's Store, Callands, Cascade, 
Chalk I^vel, ♦Danville, Laurel Grove, Mount Airy, Mnseville, Pittsyl- 
vania a If., Pleasant Gap, Riceville, Ringgold. Strait Stone, Spring 
Garden, Swansonville, Whitehead's Store, Whitmell, 

Powbatak.— Ballsville, Genito, Jefferson, Powhatan C, K, Sublet's 
Tavern. 

Pbihcb Edward.— Darlington Heights, Farmville, Green Bay, Hamp- 
den Sidney College, Moore's Ordioary, Prince Edward C. JST., ProspecU 
Rice Depot. ^ 

Pbincr George.— Brandon Church, City Point, Graysville, Piney 
Grove, Prince George C, H. . 

Princess Anne. — London Bridge. 

Prince WihiAKU.—Brentsville, Bristoe Station, Buckland, Dumfries, 
Gainesville, Hay Market, Independent Hill, Manassas, Nokesvihe, Oc- 
ooquan. Stone House Hotel, Wyllyhton. ^ 

Pulaski. — Dublin, Newbern, Siiowvilie. 

Rappahannock.— Amissville, Flint Hill, Gaines' X Roads, Laurel 
MilU, Slate Millr.. Sperryville. Washington, Woodville. 

Richmond.— Durrett^ ville, Farnham, Lyell's Store, Warsaw, 

Roanoke. — Big Lick, Bon^ack's, Botetourt Springs, Catawba, Cave 
springs, Gishe's Mills, Poage's Mill, *<^alem,, 

Rockbridge. — Alum Spring, Balcony Falls, Brownsburgrh, Buffalo 
Forge, Buffalo Mills, Cedar Grove Mills, Collierstown, Fairfield, Fancy 
Hill, Gilmore's Mills, Glen wood, Goshen bridge, Kerr's Creek, Lexing- 
ton, Longwood, Monmouth, Natural Bridge, Oakdale, Rapp's Milla, 
Rockbridge Baths, Sitmmers, Timber Ridge. 

Rockingham. — Bowman's Mills, Bridgewater, Broadway Depot, 
Cherry Grove, Coote's Store, Cross Keys, Dayton, Edom, Fair Hill, 
Greenmount, * Harrisonburg h, Keezletown, Lacey Spring, McGaheys- 
ville, Melrose, Mount Clinton, Mount Crawford, Port liepubiio. Road- 
side, Singer's Glen, Timber ville, Waveiiie. 

Russell. — Dickensonville, HauKonv ille, Lebanon, New Garden, Point 
Truth, Rock Farm, Rosedale, Sword's Creek, Willow Spring. 

SciOTT. — Duncan's Mills, MitilhiUe. Fort Blackimore, Fulkerson, Nick- 
elsonville, Osborn's Ford, Pattonsville, Quillinsville, Rocky Point, Rye 
Cove, Stock Creek. 

Shenandoah. — Columbian Furnace, Edinburgh, Forestville, Jacob's 
Church, Lantz Mills, Lebanon Church, Maurertown, Moore's Store, 
Mount Clitlon, Mount Jackson, Mount Olive, New Market, Oi kney 
Springs, Sanms ville. Seven Fountains, Sirasburgh, Van Buren Furnace, 
Woodstock. . 

Sm^th. — Blue Spring, Broadford, Chatham Hill, Marion, Rye Valley, 
Seven Mile Ford. 

Southampto.v. — A-JS imoosick, Berlin, Bowers, Boykin's Depot, 
Branchvilie, Faniwr^s Grove, Frankliu Dej-ot, Ivor, Jamesville, Jisru- 
salem, FewMi»m'rt Depot, Vicksville. 

Spottkylvania. — Andrews', Brokenburgh, Clover Green, *Preder- 






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H.y ThorDburgh, Twyman's Store, Wilderness, Chancelersville. 

Stafford. — Belfair Mills, Falmouth, Garrison ville, Hartwood," Staf- 
ford C. H.^ Stafford Store. 

SuBBT.--Cabin Point, Clareniont Wharf, Spring Grove, Surry C, H. 

SussBX. — Hawkinsville, Henry, Jarratu», Littleton, Stoney Creek 
Warehouse, Wakefield Station, Waverly Station. 

Tazbwkll. — Abb's Valley, Baptist Valley, Blue Stone, Bulk's Garden, 
Cedar Bluff; Croftsville, Knob, Paint Lick, Richland, Tazewell C. H,, 
Shawver's Mills. 

Wabbbv. — Bentonville, Front Jioyaly Hambaugh's, Linden, Milldale, 
Water Lick. 

Wabwick. — Newport News, Warwick C. H, 

Washutoton. — * Abingdon^ Bluff Ridge, Clear Branch, Craig's Mills, 
Emory, Holston, Lodi, Love's Mills, Raven's Nest, Saltville, Smith's 
Creek, Three Springs. 

Wbstmobbland. — Baynesville, Hague, Kingsale, Millville, Afontross^ 
Nominy Grove, Oak Grove, Oldham's X Roads, Rice's Store. 

Wise.— Big Stone Gap, Wise C. If. 

Wtthb. — Browne Hill, Max Meadows, Rural Retreat, Speedwell, 
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Babboub Countt. — Bellington, Burnersville, Calhoun, Coveton, Kas- 
son. Meadow ville, Festerville, Overfield, Peel Tree, Phillippa^ Pleasant 
Creek. 

Bbbkelbt. — Darkoeville, G^rrardstown, Glengary, Greensburgh, 
Hainesville, Hedgesville, Lit^e Georgetown, * Martinsburgh^ Mill 
Creek, North Mountain, Shanghai, Tomahawk Springs, Van Cievesville. 

Booins. — Bald Knob, Ballardsville^ Crook, Peyton a. 

Bbaxton. — Braxton C, H,^ BuUtown, Flat Woods, Holly River, 
Little Otter, Perkin's Mills, Salt Lick Bridge, Tale Creek. 

Bbookb. — Bethany, Chei ry Hill, Fowlers, Pan Handle, Short Creek, 
Wellsburgh, 

Cabell. — Cabell C. ff., Green Bottom, Guyandotte, Long Lane, Mud 
Bridge, Thomdike. 

Calhoun. — Arnoldsburgh, Big Bepd, 6^ran»^t7»7^, Minnora, Rich- 
ardsonviile. Sycamore. 

Clay.— Clay C. H, 

DoDDBiDOB. — Central Station, Cold Water, Gieenwcod, Long Run 
StatioQ, MoElroy, New Milton, Oxford, SmithtOQ, Weet £7f«tcm,Y eater's 
Mills. 

Fatetts. — JfhyeitevilU, Ganley Bridge, Mountun Cove, Pleasant Hill. 

GiLMBB. — Cox's Mills, DeKalb, Olenville^ Letter Gap, Steer Creek, 
Stout's Mills, Tanndis,-Townsend Mills, Troy. 

Grant. — Orant C. H,^ Greenland ,^ Looutt Grove, Luney's Creek, 
Mount Storm, Mouse's, Seymoursville, Williamsport. 

Gbbenbbibb. — Alvon, Big Clear Creek, Blue Sulphur Springs, Clin- 



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HANcocK.—Blair, Fairview^ Freeman's Landing, Holiday's Cove, 
New Cumberland. 

HARDY.—Baker's fun, Fabius, Howard's Lick, Inkermann, Lost 
River, MooreMd^ P» ru, WardenPviJIe. 

Habbisos. — Adamsville, Big Buffalo, Bridgeport, Brown's Creek, 
Brown'rt Mills, Cherry Cdimip,* Clarksburgh^ Grassland, Hessville, Johns- 
town, Kincheloe, Lost Creek, Luniberport, New Snlem, Prospect Val- 
.'ey. Quiet Dell, Rockford, Romine's Mills, Sardis, Sliinnston, Sycamore 
Dale, West Milford, Wilsonburgh, Wult Summit 

Jackson. — Allen's Fork, Angerona, Cottageville, Fisher's Point, 
Grass Lick,* Jackson C H.^ Le Roy, Murraysville, Muse's Bottom, 
New Geneva, Pleasant View, Raveuswood, Reedy, Ripley Landing, 
Sandy, Topin's Grove. 

Jepfebsonv — *Charle8town, DufBeld's, Halltown, ♦Hsrper's Ferry, 
Kabletown, Kerneysvilie, Leetown. Middleway, Rippon, Shepherdstown^ 
Summit Point. 

Kanawha. — Blue Creek, Cannelton, Carbonvale, Chesnut Hill, Clen- 
denin, Coalburgh, Coalsmouth, Jarreit's Ford, ^Kanawha C. H.y Ka- 
nawha Saline, Pocotaligo, Shrewsbury, Sissonviile, Tyler Mountain, 
Upper Falls of Coal. 

Lewis. — Alkire's Mills, Anderson's Store, Big Skin Creek, Bush's 
Mills, Georgetown, Hacker's Creek, Hubbard, Ireland, Jacksonville, 
Jant'lew, ♦ Weston, 

Lincoln. — TenrMile. 

Logan. — Buffalora, Chapmanville, Huff's Creek, Logan C. H.^ Rich 
Creek. 

McDowell.— Pe«ry *uf7/e, Tng River. 

Marion. — Barracks ville, Ben n^-tis ville, Beaty's Mills, Benton's Ferry, 
Boothville, Bunner's, Canton, *FairmoTit^ Fairmington, Forkj^burgn, 
Glover's Gap, Glay's Flat, Hoodsville, Maunington, Meredith's Tavt^rn, 
Mill Falls, NuzumS, Palatine, Rives ville, Statler Run, Valley Falls, 
W orthington. 

Mabshall. — Adaline, Beeler's Station, Bellton, Ben wood, Cameron, 
Dallas, Fair Hill, Glen Eason, Limestone, Lynu Camp, MoundsvUle^ 
Rock Lick, Rosby's Rock, Sherrard, Woodlands. 

Mason. — Arbuckle, Cologne, Deer Lick, Graham Station, Harmony, 
Hartford City, Letart, Machirville, Mason, Mercer's Bottom, New Ha- 
ven, Point Pleasant^ Upland, West Columbia. 

Mercer. — Bethel, Concord Church,.Ea8t River, Frenchville, Jumping 
Branch, Mercer Salt Works, Princeton^ Spani^hburgh. 

Mineral. — Claysville, Frankfoit, Hartmons ville. New Creek, Patter- 
son's Depot, Piedmont, Ridgeville. 

Monongalia. — Andy, Arnett'sville, Blacksville, Cassville, Center, 
Clinton, Furnace, Easton, Fort Martin, Granville, Jake's Run, Jobe, 



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*M*>rgan4own^ Pleasant Valley, Randall, Stewartstown, Wadestown, 
While Day. 

Monroe.— Egypt, Eorent Hill. Gap Millf, Indian Creek, Johnson's X 
Roads, Lindwde, Maple Lawn, Monclova, Pack's Ferry, Peterstown, 
lied Sulphur Springs, RoUinsburgh, Salt Sulphur Springs, Sink's Grove, 
Sweet Springs, Unger's Store, Union, Wolf Creek. 

Morgan.— Alpine Depot, Berkeley/ Spring^^ Cacapon Depot, Cherry 
Run Depot, Maaruolia Vale, Oakland, Orleans X Boads, Paw Paw, Sir 
John'rt Run, Sleepy Creek Bridge. ^ 

Nicholas —Birch River, Fowler's Knob, Hookersville, Reiser's X 
Lanes, Nicholcu G. B., Snow Hill. 

Ohio.— Clinton, Elm Grove, Greggsville, Triadelphia, Valley Grove, 
West Liberty, ♦Wheeling. 

PehdlbtoiT.— Brushy Run, Buck Horn, Dry Run, FrankUn^ Harper's 
Mills, Mount Freedom, Mouth of Seneca, Oak Flat, Upper Tract. 

Pleasants.— Grape Island, Hebron, Horse Neck, Saint Mary's, 
Twiggs, Willow Island. » ^ , 

PoGBAHONTAS.- Academy, Buckeye Cove, Dnnmore, Edra, Elk, 
Green Bank, Huntersoilk^ Marlin Bottom, Mill Point, Mount Murphy, 
Traveller's Repose. 

Prestow.— Allbright, Austen, Brandonville, Bruceton Mills, Cranes- 
ville, Evansville, Fellowsville, German Settlement, Glide Farms, Glade 
Run, GladeMville, Horse Shoe Run, Kingtoood, Masontown, Mill Run, 
Morgan's Glade, Muddy Creek, Newburgh, Portland, Kaccoon, Reeds- 
ville, Rowlesburgh, Tannery, Tunnelton, Willey. 

Putnam-.— Buffalo, Frazi«r's Bottom, Hurricane Brides Mount Sia- 
1< m, Raymond City, Red House Shoals, Round Knob, Winfield, 

Raleigh.— Clear Creek, Coal River Mar hes, Jarrold's Valley, Mat- 
ville, Raleigh C. ff., Richman Falls, Shady Springs, Table Rock. 

Randolph.— i?<;v<fr/y. Camp Elk water, Fillmore, Huttonsville, Leads- 
ville, Mingo Flat, New Interest, Valley Bend, Valley Head. 

Ritchie.— Bono Creek, Cairo, Cornwallis, Cunningham's Mills, El- 
lenborough, Goffs, Goose Creek, Highland, Holbrook, Mole Hill, Penns- 
borough, Ritchie C. IT, Rogers, Silver Run Tunnel, Siunett's Mills, 
Webb's Mills, White Oak. 

Roane.— Boggsville, Flat Fork, Newton, Reedyville, Roxalana, 
Shambling's Mills, Spencer, Walton. 

Taylor.- Fetterraan, Flemington, ♦Grafton, Pruntytovm, Simpson's 
Creek, Thornton, Webster. 

TucKiR.—Black Fork, Hannahsville, Holly Meadows, Lead Mine, 
Pleasant Run, Ked Creek, Saint George. 

Tyler.— Ben's Run. Joseph's Mills, Kidwell, Little's Mills, Lone 
Tree, Long Reach, MiddUhoumeyLoor^^ Ripley's, Sistersville, Wick. 

JJv^^TJR,-~Buckhannan, French Creek, Frenchton, Loreniz's Store 
Middle Fork, Peck^s Run, Rock Cave, Rural Dale, Sago. 

Wayne.— Amacetta, Buffalo Shoals, Ceredo, Fort Gay, Wayne C, H. 
White's Creek, 

Webster.— Hacker's VaUey, Middleport, Webster C, H., Welch 
Glade. > 

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Martinsville Pine Grove, Porter's Falls, Proctor, Kan Camp, West. 

WiBT.— California House, Freeport, Newnrk. Oil Itock, •Raihbone, 
Reedy Ripple, Spring Creek, West Fork, Wirt (7. H. , 

WooD.--Bellviile, Briscoe Run, Bull Creek, Daviaville, De^r Walk, 
Eaton Sution, Fountain Spring, Harris' Ferry, Ksnawha, Kanawha 
Station, Laurel Junction, Lockhart's Ran, Lubeck, Mu'phy's Mills, 
^Parkemhuryh, Rockport, Stilwell, Tygart's FUu«, Vuioano, Walker,' 
Warren, Williamstown. 

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Accidental injuries to persons, tickess or contracts for insu- 
rance against exempt. 

Affidavits ... exempt. 

Agreement or contract not otherwise specified (for rental 
contracts : See Lease.) 
For every sheet or piece of paper npon which either of Uie 

same shall be written I 05 

Agreement, renewal of, same stamp as original instrument. 

Appraisement of value or damage, or for any other purpose: 

For each shest of paper on which it is written 5 

Assignment of a lease, same stamp as original, and additional 
stamp upon the value or consideration of transfer, ao- 
oording to the rates of stamps on deeds. (See Con- 
veyance.) 

Assignment of policy of insurance, same stamp as original 
instrument. (See Insurance.) 

Assignment of mortgage. (See Mortgage.) exempt. 

Bank check, draft, order for any sum of money drawn upon 
any bank, banker, or trust company at sight or on 

demand 2 

When drawn upon any other person or persons, compa- 
nies or corporations, for any sum exceeding $10, at 
sight or on demand ^ 3 

Bill of exchange, (inland,) draft or order for the payment of 
$100, otherwise than at si^ht or on demand, or any 
memorandum, check, receipt, or other written or 
printed evidence of the amount of $100, to be paid 
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And for every additional $100 or fractional part thereof 
in f xce88 of IIOO 

Less than $100 !..!!'!!!!*!*.!.!!*!!*. 

Bill of exchange, (foreign,) or'letteVof cr^iV drawn in,' blit 
payable out oi, the United Sutea: If drawn singly, 

S«J™« rates of duty as inland bUls of exchange. 
If drawn in sets of three or more, for every bill of each 
set, where the sum made payable shall not exceed $1 00 

or the equivalent thereof in any foreign currency 

And for every additional $100, or fractional part thereof 

m exoens of $106 

Bill of lading or receipt (other than charter party) for any 

goods, merchandise, or effects to be exported from a 

^ port or place in the United States to any foreign port 

or place \^ ^ ^ 

Bill of lading to any port in British North America .'.*.*.*.*.*. 

bill of ladmg, domestic or inland 

BiU of sale bv which anv ship or vessel, or any part thereof; 
shall be conveyed to or vested in any other person or 
persons : 

When the consideration shall not exceed $600 

Exceeding $500, and not exceeding $ 1 ,000 

Exceeding $1,000, for every addition^ amount of $500 or 
fractional part thereof 

Bond for iodemnifying any person for the payment of ai y 
sum of money. When the money ultimately recovera- 
ble thereupon is $1,000 or less .'. 

Bond-administrator or guardian, when the value of the estate 

and effects, real and personal, does not exceed $K000 

Exceeding $1,000 

Bond for due execution or perform ancVordutieV of office!.! 

Bond, oersonal, for security for the payment of money. (See 
Mortgage,) 

Bond of any description, other than such as may be required 
m legal proceedings, or used in connecton with mort- 
gage deeds, and not otherwise charged in this sche- 

Broker's notes. (See Contract.) 

Certificates of measurement or weight of animals, wood, coal, 
or hay , 

Certificates of measurement of other articie8.V.V,.*.V.. . ..! 

Certificates of stock in any incorporated company.'.'.*. .V. .! 

Certificates of profits, or any certificate or memorandum 
showing an interest in the property or accumulations 
of any incorporated company : If for a sum not less 

than $10 and not exceeding $50 

Exceeding $50 and not exceeding $1,000 ....!!!!*!! !! 

Exceeding $1,000, for every additional $1,000 or frac! 

tionai part thereof 

Certificate. Any oer'ificate of damage or otherwise, and ali 
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Certificate of deposit of any sum of money in any bank or 
trust company, or with any banker or person acting 
as such : If tor a sum not exceeding $ 100 . . 

For a sum exceeding $100 " * 

Certificate of any other description than thoke'speijiti^':' " 

Charter, renewal of, same stamp as on original instrument! 

Charter-party for the charter of any ship or vessel, or steamer 

or any letter, memorandum, or other writing relating 

to the charter, or any renewal or transfer thereof: K 

the registered tonnage of such ship, or vessel, or 

steanaer does not exceed 160 tons 

Exceeding 150 tons, and not exceeding 300 tons! ! ! ! ' 
Exceeding 300 tons, and not exceeding 600 tons!! * 

Exceeding 600 tons 

Check. Bank check !'.!!!!!!!!!!!! " 

Contract. Broker's note, or memorandum of' sale* of any 
goods or merchandise, exchange, real estate, or pro- 
perty of any kind or description issued by brokers or 
persons acting as such : For each note or memoran- 
dum of sale 

Bill or memorandum of the sale or contract for the sde 
of stocks, bonds, gold or silver bullion, coin, promis- 
sory notes, or other securities made by brokers, banks, 
or bankers, either for the benefit of others or on their 
own account : For each hundred dollars, or fractional 
part thereof, of the amount of such sale or contract 
Bill or memorandum of the sale or contract for the sale 
of stocks, bonds, gold, or silver buU'on, coin, promis- 
sory notes, or other securities, not his or their own 
property, made by any person, firm, or company not 
paying a special Ux as broker, bank, or banker: For 
each hundred dollars, or fractional part thereof, of the 

amount of such sale or contract. 

Contract. (See Agreement.) 

Contract, renewal of, same stamp as original instrument. 

Conyeyance, deed, instrument, or writing; whereby any lands 
^ tenements, or other realty sold roall be granted, as- 
signed, transferred, or otherwise conveyed to or vested 
in the purchaser or purchasers, or any other person 
or persons, by his, her, or their direction, when the 
consideration or value does not exceed $600 ...,;... 
When the consideration exceeds $500, and does not ex- 
ceed $1,000 *. 

And for every additional $500, or fractional part thereof, 
in excess of $1,000 

Conveyance. The acknowledgment of a deed, or proof by a 
witness , 

Conveyance. Certificate of record of a deed , 

Credit, letter of. Same as foreign bill of exchange. 

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CostoiA-honRe withdrawals. (See entry.) 
Deed. (See Conveyance — Trust Deed.) 
Draft. Same a* inland l»ill of exchange. 

Endorseinent of any negotiable instrument 

Entry of any goods, wares, or merchandise at any custom- 
house, either for consumption or warehousing : Not 

exceeding f 100 in valae ... 

Exceeding |] 00, and not exceeding $500 in ualne » 

Exceeding |500 in value 

Entry for the withdrawal of any goods or merchandise from 

bonded warehouse 

Indorsement upon a stamped obligation in acknowledgment 

of its fulfillment 

Insurance (life) policy: When the amount insured shidl not 

exceed $1,000 

Exceeding $1,000, and not exceeding $5,000 

Exceeding $5,000 

Insurance (marine, inland and fire) policies, or renewal of the 

same : If the premium does not exceed $10 

Exceeding $10, and not exceeding $50 

Exceeding $50 

Insuruice contracts or tickets against accidental injuries to 

persons.... , i 

•Lease, agreement, memorandum, or contract for the hire, i^se, 
or rent of any land, tenement, or portion thereof: 
Where the rent or rental value is $300 per annum or 

less , , 

Where the rent or rental value exceeds the sum of $800 
per annum, for each additional $200, or fractional part 

thereof in excess of $300 

Legal documents : 

Writ, or other original process, by which an suit, either 
criminal or civil, is commenced in any court, either of 

law or equity.. , ., 

Confession of judgment or cognovit 

Writs or other process on appeal from justice courts or 
other courts of inferior jurisdiction to a oourt of re- 
cord ,, 

Warrant of distress.....^.. 

Letters of administration. (See Probate of wiU.) 
Letters of testamentary, when the value of the estate and 
effects, real and personal, does not exceed $1,000 .... 

Exceedmg $1,000 • 

Letters of credit. Same as bill of exchange, (foreign.) 
Manifest for custom-house entry or clearance of ihe cargo of 
any ship, vessel op steamer for a foreign port : 
If the j^egistered tonnage of such ship, vessel or steamer 

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Exceeding 300 tons, and not exceeding 000 tons 

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Measarers* returns 

Memorandum of sale, or broker's note.' ' (See'ContraoV) 
Mortgage of lands, estate, or property, real or personal, her- 
iuble or movable, whatsoever, a trust deed in the na- 
ture of a mortgage, or any personal bond given as 
security for the payment of any de^nite or certain 
sum of money, exceeding $100, and not exceeding 

Exceeding |500, and not exceeding i 1 ,000 ! . ! ! . .' .[[, 

And for every additional $600, or fractional part there^ 

A transfer or assignment of a mortgage, where it, or 

the instrument it secures, has been one*? duly 

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of, in excess of |1,000 ....'.*.*.'* 

Order for payment of money, if the amount is IIO or over. 
Passage ticket on any vessel from a port in the United 

States to a foreign port, not exceeding $35 

Exceeding $35, and not exceeding $50 .* ' 

And for every additional $50, or fractional part thereof 

in excess of $50 • J 

Passage tickets to ports in North British Ameri<» . ' . ' 

Pawners* checks [[^ 

Power of attorney for the sale or transfer of any stock, 
bonds, or scrip, or for the collection of any divi- 
dends or interest thereon 

Power of attorney, or proxy, for voting at any election for 
officers of any incorporated company or society, ex- 
cept religious, charitable, or literary societies, or 

public cemeteries 

Power ot attorney to receive or collect rent 

Power of attorney to sell and convey real estate, or to rent 

or lease the same 

Power of attorney for any other purpose 

Probate of will, or letters of administration ; where the 
estate and effects for or in respect of which such pro- 
bate or letters of administration applied for shall be 
sworn or declared not to exceed the value of $1,000 

Exceeding $1,000, and not exceeding $2,000 

Exceeding $2,000, for every additional $1,000, or frac- 
tional part thereof, in excess of $2,000 

Promissory note under $100 ... 

For even $100, and for every additional $100, or fractional 

part thereof^ in excesss of $100 

$100, deposit note to mutual insurance companies, when 

policy is subject to duty 

Renewal of a note, sabject to the same duty as an orig- 
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Quit-claim deed to be stamped as a conveyanoe, except when 
given as a release of a mortgage by the mortgagee to 
the mortgagor, in which case it is exempt ; but if it 
contains covenants may be subject as an agreement 
or contract. 

Receipt for satinfaction of any mortgage or judgment or 
decree of any court 

Receipts for any sum of money or for the payment of any 
debt, or for a drtfV or other instrument given for the 
payment of money , 

Receipts for the delivery of property 

Renewal of agreement, contract or charter, by letter or 
otherwise, same stamp as original instrument. 

Sheriff's return on writ, or'process 

Trost deed, made to secure a debt, to be stamped as a mort- 
gage. 

Warehouse receipts 

Warrant of attorney accompanying a bond or note, if the 
bond or note is stamped , , 

Weigher's returns 

Offical documents, instruments, and papers issued bv 

officers of the United States Government ', 

Official documents, instruments, and papers issued bv 
the officers of any State, county, town or other mu- 
nicipal corporation, in the exercise of functions strict- 
ly belonging to them in their ordinary governmental 

or municipal capacity , , 

Papers necessary to be used for the collection from the 
United States Government of claims by soldiers, or 
their legal representatives, for pensions, back pay, 
bounty, or for property lost in the service 

CANCELLATION. 

In all cases where adhesive stamps are used for denoting the tax 
upon an instrument, the person or party using or affixing them must 
so affix them that the entire surfice of each and everv stamp shall be 
exposed to view, and must cancel them by writing or imprinting upon 
each stamp with ink the initials of his name, and the date (year, month 
and day) on which the same is attached or used. \ 

When stamps are printed upon checks, <fcc., so that in filling up the 
instrument the face of the stamp is, and necessarily be, written across 
no other cancellation will be required. j 

All cancellation roust be distinct and legible, and except in the ciae 
of proprietary stamps from private dies no method which differM from 
that above described can be recognized as legal and sufficient for stamps 
under Schedules B and 0. 

Stamp tax ingrosaed in Schedule C, on canned preserved fish- is 
repealed. 

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UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, 

Collector's Officb, 4th Dustrict, Ga. 

Atlanta, April 3, 1871. 
W. R. Hanleitbr, Esq., Atlanta, Ga. 

Sir: At your requent I have the honor to state, that any written in- 
strument subject to stamp duty and not stamped at the time of makittg 
or issuing the same, may be stamped by the proper Collector of Internal 
Revenue upon payment to him of the price of the proper stamp require^ 
by law, and of a penalty of double the amount of tax remaining unpaid, 
but io DO case less than five dollars ; together with interest at six per 
cent, where the stamp duty exceeds fifty dollars. 

If such non-payment at the tine of making or ispuing any instrument 
subject to stamp duty be shown to the sati>faciion uf such Collector 
within twelve month:4 after August 1, 1871, or within twelve months 
after such making or issuing to have been by reason of accident, mistake, 
inadvertance or urgent necessity, and without any wilful desi>fn to de- 
fraud the United States, or to evade or delay the p?iyment of such siamp 
duty, it shall. be lawful far such Collector to remit the penalty aforesaid 
and stamp such instrument. 

If such non-payment at the time ot making or issuing any instrument 
subject to stamp duty occurred *at a time when and at h place where no 
collection district was established, (i. e. in Geovgiri prior to Mny 30, 
1865,) any one may legally stamp sn^h instrument without the inter- 
vention of any officer whatever, if doae prior to January 1, 1872 and 
such stamping shall be as valid as it' stamped at the time of the miiking 
or issuing the same, or as if stamped by the Collector in the manner 
hereiubeK>re described. Such are the provisions of the Act of Congress 
of July 14, 1870. 

' Very respeetfully. 

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The law requires postage on all letters, (including those to foreign 
countries when pre-paid) excepting those written to the President, o/ 
Vice President, or members of Congress, or (on official business) to 
the chiefs of the executive departments of the government, and the 
heads of bureaus and chief clerks, and others invested with the frank- 
ing privilege, to be prepaid by stamps or stamped envelopes, prepay- 
me'tt in money being prohibited. 

All drop letters must be pre-paid. The late of postage* on drop let- 
ters, ai offices where free delivery by carrier is established, is two cents 
per half ounce, or fraction of a half ounce ; at offices where such free 
delivery is not established, the rate is one oent. 

The single rate of posUge on all domestic maC letters throughout 
the United States is three cents per half ounce, with an additional rate 
of three cents for each additional half ounce, or fraction of a half 
ounce. The ten cert (Pacific) rate is abolished. 

New Postal Tbkatt, &c. 
The Revised Rates of Foreign Postage are Now m Operation, 

TO BNGLAKD AND IRELAND. 

Letters (if pre-paid) ; 6 cts. per one-half ounce 

Newspapers (do.) ; 2 cts. each. 

Books (do.) 2 cts. per ounce. 

Samples (do.) 2 cts. per ounce. 

Extra postage charged if not pre- paid. 

TO FBANOB. 

Iietters 18 cts. per J ounce. 

Newspaper 8 cto. each. 

TO OEBMANT. 

Letters 10 cts. per one-half oz. 

Newspapers 3 cts. each. 

TO ITALT. 

Letters. , . .* 14 cts. per one-half oz. 

Newspapers 7 cts. each. 



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TO RUSSIA. 

Letters 15 cts. per one-half oz. 

Newspapers 5 cts. each. 

For every additional half ounce, or fraction of a half ounce, an ad- 
ditional rate is charged. Pre-payment is optional on all let lers for the 
British North American provinces, except Newfoundland, to which 
pre payment is compulsory. 

Letter postage is to be charged on all hand-bills, circulars, or other 
printed matter which shall contain any manuscript writing what- 
ever. 

Dag^uerreotypes, when sent in the mail, are to be charged with letter 
postage by weight. 

Photographs on cards, paper, and other flexible material (not in 
esses) can be sent at the same rate as miHcellaneoud printed matter, viz: 
two cents for each four ounces, or fraction thereof. 

Photographic albums are chargeable with book postage — four cents 
for each four ounces, or fraction thereof. 

Newspaper Postage. 

Postage on Daily Papers to subscribers, when pre-paid 
quarterly or yearly in advance, either at the mailing 
office or office of delivery, per quarter (3 months). . .35 cents. 

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free. 
Postage per Quarter— to be paid quarterly or yearly in advance— on 
Newspapers and Periodicals issued less frequently than once a 
foeek^ sent to actual subscribers in any part of the Uuited States : 

Semi-monthly, not over 4 oz 6 cents. 

" over 4 oz., and not over 8 oz 12 

" * over 8 oz., and not over 12 oz 18 

Monthly, not over 4 o/ 3 

" over 4 oz., and not over 8 oz 6 

" over 8 oz., and not over 12 oz 9 

Quarterly, not over 4 oz 1 

" over 4 oz., and not over 8 oz 2 

" over 8 oz., and not over 12 oz^ 3 

Quarterly postage cannot be paid for less linn three months. If a 
subscription begins at any other time than the.comraencement of an 
official quarter, the postage received by the postmaster must still be 
entered in his account for that quarter. Subscribers for short terms- 
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^ that at Uast one quarcer*8 postage shall be pre paid, Jnd not more than 
c -me year's postage. Any terra between one quarter and one year can 
therefore be pre-paid ao proportionate rates. 

Publishers o{ Newspapers and Periodicals may send to each other 
I from their respective oflfices of publication, free of postage, one copy 
of each publication, and may also send to each actual subscriber, en- 
closed in their publications, bills and receipts for the same, free of post- 
age, rhey may also 8tat6 on their respective publications, the date 
when the subscription expires, to be written or printed. 

Religious, Educational, ana Agricultural Newspapers of small size, 
issued \es8 frequently than once a week, may be sent in packages to one 
a«ldres8 ai the rate of one cent for each package not exceeding four 
ounces in weight, and an additional charge of one cent is made for each 
additional four ounces, or fraction thereof, the postage to be paid quar- 
, terly or yearly in advance. 

I News Dealers may send newspapers and periodicals to regular sub- 
scribers at the quarterly rates, in the same manner as publishers, and 
may also receive them from publishers at subscribers' rates. In 
bnth cases the postage to be pre-paid, either at the mailing or delivery 
office. ] 

Publications issued without disclosing the office of publication, or 
contaming a fictitious statement thereof, must not be forwarded by 
postmasters unless pre-paid at the mailing office at the rate^of tran 
sient printed matter. i 

Postage on Tjunsibnt Printed Matter. 

[411 printed matter— except single copies of newspapers, magazines 
and periodicals to regular subscribers— sent v»a Overland Mail, is to 
be charged at letter postage rates.] 

Books not over 4 oz. in weight, to one address, 4 cents ; over 4 oz., 
and not over 8 oz., 8 cents ; over 8 oz., and not over 12 oz., 12 cents ; 
over 12 oz , and not over 16 oz., 16 cents. 

Circulars, not exceeding three in number, to one address, 2 cents; 
over three, and not over six, 4 cents ; over six, and not over nine, 6 
cents ; over nine, and not exceeding twelve, 8 cents. 

On Miscellaneous Mailable Matter— embracing all pamphlets 
occasional publications, transient newspapers, hand bills and posters, 
book manuscripts and proof-sheets, whether corrected or not, maps 
prints, engravings, sheet music, blanks, flexible patterns, samples and 
sample cards, photographic paper, letter envelopes, postal envelopes or 
wrappers cards, paper, plain or ornanaental, photographic representa- 
tions of different types, seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, and scions— the 
postage to be pre-paid by stamps is, on one package to one address, not 
over 4 oz in weight, 2 cents; over 4 oz., and not over 8 oz., 4 cents; 
over 8 oz., and not over 12 oz., 6 oents ; over 12 oz., and not over 16 
oz., 8 cents. 

By a recent order of the Postmaster General, the fifth subdivision of 
the 42 instruction of the new post office law has been amended by 
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All mail matter not sent at letter rates of postage, embracing books, 
book m muscrjpts, prool-sheets, and other printe<l matter, and all other 
mail matter, except seeds, must be so wrapped or enveloped with open 
sides or ends as to enable the postmaster to examine the package 
without destroying the wrapper, otherwise such packages must be 
rnted with letter postage. No communication, whether in writing 
or in print, can be sent with any seeds, roots, cuttings, or scions, 
maps, engravings, or other matter not printed, except upon t^^e sepi- 
rate payment of postage upon each separate matter at the cbtablished 
rates. 

Exchange newspapers and periodicals cannot be re mailed without 
beingf chargeable with postage. y 

Where packages of newspapers or fjeriodicals are received at any 
post office directed to one address, and the names of the dub c^f sub- 
scribers to which they belong, with th« pfista&re for a quarter in ad- 
vance, shall be handed to the postmaster, he shall deliver the same to 
their respective owners. But this does not apply to weekly news- 
papers which circulate free in the county where printed and pub- 
lished. 

Weekly newspapers, and all other printed niatterio the British North 
Ameiican province's, although sent from countries bordering on thi- 
line, are chargeable with the same rates as when sent to any point in 
the United States, 

I^^AIl transient matter mtist be pre-paid by stamps. But if ii 
comes to the office of delivery without pre-payment, or short-paid, ih»' 
unpaid postage must be collected on delivery at double the pre-p^id 
rate. Great negUct exists in the strict quarterly pre-payment of pont- 
age on printed matter sent to regular subscribers. . No such puper 
should he delivered, unless it is ei her prepaid at the mailing office <)r 
at the delivery office for at leas: a quirter. If not so prepaid, post- 
masters must collect postage »n e ch opy as on tran<>ient matter. If 
they fail, tfiey will be charged oith th^ fall postage due^ and in clear 
cases, renxoued from office fi*' neglect. 

To enclose or conceal a letter or other thing— except bills and re- 
ceipts tor subscription — in, or to write or print anything, after its piih- 
iication, upon any newspaper, pamphlet, magazine, or «ither printed 
matter, is illegal, and subjects such piiiited matter, and the entire 
printed package of which it is a part, to letter postage. 

Any word or communication, whether by printing, writing, marks, 
or signs, upon the cover or wrapper of a newspaper, pamphlt^t, nag.i- 
zine, or other printed matter, oth- r than the name and adiliess of the 
person to whom jt is to be sent, and the date when subscriptions ex- 
pires, and a business card printed on the wrapper, bubjects the package 
to letter postage. 

MlSCELLANBOUS INFORMATION. 

Dead Letters, 

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Letters attempted to be sent with stamps preyioosly used, or stamps 
oat from stamped envelopes. 

* Unpaid letters for foreign ccontries, on wBicb pre-payment is re- 
quired by the regnlations. 

I Letter^ not addressed, or so badlj addressed that their destination 
eannot be known. 
, Letters misdirected to places where there are no post offices. 

Civilians' letters— domestic — wholly unpaid^ iocludiiig unpaid drop 
letters. 

Only such letters as are herein described are, when deposited in any 
post office, to be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office ; all others must 
be despatched to their destination, charged with the amount of unpaid 
poHtage. 

When un mailable letters ye sent to the Dead Letter Office, the spe- 
cific reason therefor mast be endorsed upon the envelope of each. 

These instructions will be strictly followed at all post offices. 

It costs 15 cents extra, besides the regular postage, to register a 
letter. 

Internal revenue stamps cannot be used to pay postage. 

Stamps cut from stamped envelopes are not allowed to be placed upon 
other letters. 

No article contained in glass can be sent by mail. 

HONBT OBDERS.. 

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Mone^ can be sent to any part of the country with absolute safety, 
by obtaining a Money Order, for which the fees are : 
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EXPRESS STATIONS 

GEOBGIA, ALABAMA AND TEHNESSEE, 

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Adairsville " 

Adams Station .. Sonthw'n 

Albany " 

Allatoona '...WA A 

Anderson villa. . . South w'u 

Americas " 

Athens Georgia 

Atlanta " 

Augusta " 

Barnesville. .Mac^n & Wn 

Harnett Georgia 

Boston Atlantic & U'lf 

Belair Georgia 

Berzelia " 

Blackshear . . Atlantic & Gf 

Bnckhead Georgia 

Bntler South west'n 

Calhoun W&A 

Oamak Georgia 

Cartersville W& A 

Cass Station ** 

Columbus Muscogee 

Conyers Georgia 

Covington " 

Crawtordsville . . " 

Cuthbert Southwest'n 

Dalton ,W&A 

Davidson Central Ga 

Dawson Southwest'n 

Dearing .Georgia 

Decatur *' 

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Gordon Central Ga 

Grantsville A & W Ft 

Graysville W & A 

Greensboro Georgia 

Griffin .... Ma'n & West'n 
Halcvofidale. . .Central Ga 
Hatcher's Sta. ..Southw'rn 

Holcombe Central Ga 

Howards MuHcogee 

Jonesboro . . Ma'n <fe Westn 

Kingston W & A 

LaGrange A & W Pt 

Lawton .... Alan tic & G'lf 

Lexinton Georgia 

Lithonia *• 

Lumpkin . . Augusta & Sav 
Macon .... " 

Madison Georgia 

Marietta W & A 

Marlow Central Ga 

Marshall ville. . South wes'n 

Mayfield Georgia 

Mcintosh. . Atlantic <fe G'f 

Med ville. . Central Ga 

Millen " 

Milledgeville...Mill'e& E 
Montezuma. .Suuthwest'rn 
Morris Sta ... " 

Mt. Bean . . Angnsta <fe Sav 
Kaylor.^.. .Atlantic <fe G'lf 
Oconee .' Central Ga 



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Ogeeche Central Ga* 

Oglethorpe* . South west'rn 

Palmetto A & W Pt 

Qnitman. .Atlantic & OMf 

Resaca W & A 

Reynolds South weet'n 

Ringgold Wife A 

Rome Rome 

Riitledge Georgia 

Savannah '^ 

Senrin .... Atlantic <fe G'lf 

Social Circle Georgia 

Smith vi lie. . . South weetrn 
Stone Mountain. ..Georgia 
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Thomasville. .Atlantic &G 

Tomson Georgia 

Trumble Central Ga 

TunnellHill W&A 

Union Point Georgia 

ValdoaU .... Atlantic & G 

Washington Georgia 

Waynoiboro. . Ang'a & Sa 

Wav8 Atlantic & Gulf 

Warren ton Georgia 

Ward's Sta. . . South west'n 
West Point... AifeWPt 

Wood vi lie Georgia 

Wooten'a Sta, , South wes'n 



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Auburn M & W Pt 

Athena N <feD 

A I pi ne . . Ala <fe Tenn Ri ver 

Barton M<feO 

Riinton , .Ala <fe Fla 

Belltbnte . .M <fe C 

Brandon's A & C 

Brownsboro ... . . . M <fe C 

Bridgeport N <fe C 

Bennett's. .Selina (fe^er'n 
Bellvne " *♦ 

Blue Mt . . Ala & Tenn Rivr 

Conrtland M&C 

Cherokee " " 

Cusseta M& W Pt 

Cowles' Sta... *' " 

Calhoun Ala & Fla 

Castleberry " 

Cuba Selma & Merid 

Collinsville A & C 

Columbiana. .Ala & T Riv 
Childerbburg " ". 

Dec^atur M&C 

Demopolis. ..Selma & Mer 

Klyton A&C 

EutauTa Southwestern 

Evergreen Ala <fe Fla 

Fort Deposit... " 

Fort Payne A &C 

Founsdale. ..Selma <fe Mer 



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Gurleysville. M&C 

Gainesville... .Mob&O 

Greenville Ala & Fla 

Georgiana •* 

Garland « 

Harris.. N&D 

Huntsville M & 

Hillsboro " 

Jacksonville. . . .S R & D 

Jonesboro M&C 

Letohatchie . . . Ala & Fla 

t^uchapoka M & W Pt 

Larkinsville. M&C 

Leighton. ** 

Lime Kiln .... Ala & T Riv 

Mobile 

Macon .... Selma & Merid 
Marion ... . ** 

Montevallo . . . Ala & T Riv 

Munford ** " 

Notasulga M & W Pt 

New hern . . . .Selma & Mer 

Opelika M & W Pt 

Oxford Ala &T Riv 

Pollard........Ala&Fla 

Portersville A & C 

Randolph.... Ala &T Riv 

Rising Fawn A & C 

Scottsboro ........ M & C 



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Uniontown . . Selma & Mer 

Valley Head A&C 

Wilson ville... Ala &T Riv 

Woodville M&C 

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Adams' Station E & K 

Anderson NAC 

Athens ETAGa 

Bell Buckle N&C 

Bell's Station . . . Mem & O 

Bellvue N&N W 

Bethel M&O 

Bolivar Miss Central 

Bristol ET&Va 

Brentwood N & D 

Brownsville Mem & O 

Buford Station N & D 

Bnrns N&NW 

Camden N&NW 

Carter's Sta....ET&Va 

Chattanooga 

Charleston ET&Ga 

Clarksville MC&L 

Cleveland ET&Ga 

Columbia ..U&D 

Colliersville M&C 

Concord...;. ..ET&Ga 

Cowan N&C 

Crocket Mobile & O 

Cumberland C'y . . M C & L 

Decherd N&C 

Dickson N&NW 

Dresden N&NW 

Dyer Mobile & O 

Edgefield June L & N 

Estell Springs N &C 

Fayetteville W&A 

Franklin N&D 

Forts Station E&K 

Fosterville N&C 

Fullen Station . . E T & Va 

Gadsden Mem & O 

Gallatin L&N 



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Galloway's Sta . . M6ra & O 

German town M&C 

Gillem's N 4 N tT 

Glea8on'8Sta...N&N W 

Grand June M&C 

Greeneville E T & Ya 

Henderson Mob & O 

Hendersonville L&N 

Henry's Sta Mem & O 

Hollow Rock...N&NW 
Huntingdon....N&NW 

Jasper N&C 

Johnson's E T & Va 

Johnsonviile N&NW 

Jonesboro ETjfeVa 

Kenton Mobile & O 

Kingston Spr'gs ..N&NW 
KT.oxville...,...ET&Va 

Lay Fayette. M & C 

LaGrange M&C 

Lavergne N &C 

Lenoir's Statfon.. ET&Va 

Lebanon T & P 

Loudon ET&Va 

Lynnville. . . : N&D 

McEwen N&NW 

McKenzie N&NW 

McMillan's Sta..ET&Va 

Moscow M&C 

Mosey Creek....ET&Va 
Mason's Sta .... Mem & O 

Medon Miss Central 

Memphis 

Midway ET&Va 

Middleton ....M&C 

Milan Station M&O 

Morristown E T & Va 



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Mnrfreesboro N & " 

Nashville 

New Market E T & Va " 

Ooltawah E T& Ga " 

Paris MO<kL « 

Philadelphia . . . . E t & Ga " 

Pleasant Grove NAD " 

Pocahontas M & C " 

Pulaski N <fcD " 

Ralston N&NW " 

Rogersville Ju'n . E T & Va "* 

Strawberry Pins . E T A Va " 

Sweet Water E T & Ga « 

Talbot's Sta E T A Ya " 

Thompson's Sta ....NAD " 

Trenton Mob <fe O " 

Trezevant Mem A O " 

Trov Mob&O " 

Tullahoma N A C " 



Rutherford Mob & O 

Rnesellville E T A Va 

Saulsbury M ^ C 

Shelby Mem &0 

Shelby ville NAC 

Shellmonnd.......N AC 

Smeedville N A N W 

Smyrna NAC 

Springfield EAK 

Spring Hill NAD 

Stanton Mem A O 

State Line EAK 

Union City Mob A O 

Wartrace . NAC 

Waverly N ANW 

Whitesburg... £T A Va 

Whitesides ...NAC 

White Bluff NANW 

Winchester W A A 



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PonndR Sterling of England $4.64 

Sovereign do 4.84 

Oninea do '*.* fi.n6 

Crown do l ii 

Shilling do :; n 

Louis d^Or of France 4Ji 

Napoleon do .... §.94 

PiveFranc do gg 

Franc do igw 

Frederic d'Or of PruBiia ......;.. 8.96 

Thaler of Saxony, etc. 68 

Florin of Netherlands, etc - 40 

Dncatof Anstria 8.88 

Rlz Dollar do 97 

Onilder do 4gi^ 

Donbloon of Spain, (18(K)) UiM 

Pistareen do ...,„^.. 19W 

Real do ^ 06 

Five Rablea of Bnmia 8.96 

Rnble do 75 

Johannes of Braail 17.04 



Dobra of Brasll $17.81 

Moidore do 8.M 

Franc of Belgium igw 

Ducat of Bavaria 8.87 

Bjrder of Holland 0.04 

Marc Banco of Hamburg 86 

Franc of Switzerland 18 W 

Rix Dollar of Saxony 88 

Ducat of Naples 80 

Scudo of Rome , 1.881^ 

Lira of Lombardy .....*.*.*.*.*. 18 • 

Crown of Tuscany 1.06X 

Li vre of Genoa I8 

Pezao of Leghorn *** fju 

Milrea of Portngal 1.19 

Two Rigsdaler of Denmark l.ll 

Doubluon Mexico 1568 

TaleofChlna " 1 48 

Rupree of India ..... "44W 

EcttofEgypt ::::; 1.10 



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Portrait » of the l^ead. 

Which are rendered Life-like by means of superior fiScilities, and 
a TWENTY-SIX years' experience in the art of Painting. 

We have specimens of all styles of Painting at our Gallery, 
known and read by all. 

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/- A. W. LAUTER, Proprietor. 

The Only Bbuae In Chattanooga, 

un M HI lirui rui, 

CORNER MARKET AND NINTH ST., 
Oh.atta;iiooga, Tenn,, 

ONE BLOCK FROM THE RAILROAD DEPOT. 



ATLANTA NURSERIES. 

1870. Catalogue Sent Free. 1871. 

The Stock we offer for sale this season is very fiae, embraoiug 
FRUIT TBEES. OBAPEYINES. AND SMALL FBVITS> 

All of which have been tested, and known to b« adapted to the Southern clime. 



A fine collection of hardr EVXBOSBNS, FLOWERS, BEDDVO PLANTS and Ornamental 
SHRUBBERY— all true to name. 0r Send for Dewalutive Catalogue to 
Dr. W. P. HARDEN, j. " " 



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ENGLISH ^ND GEIIMA.N 





THE undersigned takes pleasure in announcing that he is con 
dacting a SELECT SCHOOL for boys and girls where the English 
and German Languages are taught in all their branches. Being 
centrally located it is easy of access fur young children. 

Refers to Mess. D. Mayer and J. STEiNHEmFR. 

B. BONNHEIM. 

; I3J* School over J. Elsas & Co's Warehouse, cor Hunter and 
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/ EXECTJXIVE. 

ULYSSES S. GRANT, President. 
Salary, $25,000. 

SCnULER COLFAX, Vicb-Pkesidext. 
Salary, $8,000. 

Kamilton Fish Secretary of States. 

George S. Boutwell L . . . . Secretary of the Treaffury. 

W. W. Belknap I Secret ary of War. 

G. M. Robinson Secretary of the Navy. 

Columbus Delano Secretary ot the Interior. 

John A. J. Creswell Pustiua^ter General. 

A. T. Akerman Alt«»ni.y General. 

Horace Capron Comini'*si(nuM- of Agriculture. 

John Eaton, Jr , , Coramis^biouer of Education. 

Salaries of the Cabinet officers, $8^000 each. 






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associate justices. 

Samuel Nelson • ..oLNew York. 

Nathan Clitford , .- of Maine. 

Noati H. Sway ue of Ohio. 

Samuel F^ MiLler . .of Iowa. 

David Davis , of Illiuow. 

Stephen J. Field .-•^^ . . .of California. 

William Strong ...of Pennsylvania. 

Joseph P. Bradley oi. New Jersey. 

Reporter— John William Wallace of Pennsylvania. 

The salary of the Chief-Justice is $&,500, and of the Associate Justices 
$6,000 each per annum. 



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GOVERNMENT OF GEORGIA. 



RUFUS B. BULLOCK, Governor. 

R. H. Atkinson Secretary Executive Department. 

H. C. Corson ^.Secretary Executive Department. 

David G. Cotting SecreUry of State. 

B. R. Freeman , . . Clerk. 

Madison Bell Comptroller General. 

Thompson Allan Clerk. 

N. L. Angier .'.Treasurer. 

Alton Angier ^ Clerk. 

John L. CA)nley 7 .\ /.'.'.*/ *.' .Librarian. 

B.W. Frobel Superintendent Public Works. 

John R. Lewis State School Commissioner. 



SENATE. 

Benjamin Conley President. 

John Harris.. President pro tern. 

J. G. W. Mills Secretary. 

John C. Hendrix Assistant SecreUry. 

HOUSE OF REPRSSENTATTVEA. 

R. L. MoWhorter Speaker. 

E. Tweedy , Speaker pro tern, 

J. J. Newton Clerk. 

M. A. Hardin \\\\.. i!! Assistant Clerk. 



SXTPRME COURT. 

O A Lochrane, Chief Justice, (appointed.) Residence, Atlanta. 
H. K. McCay, Judge. Residence, Americus. 
Hiram Warner, Judge. Residence, Greenville. 
N. J. Hammond, Reporter. Residence, Atlanta. 
Z. D. Harrison, Clerk. Residence, Atlanta. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Henry P. Farrow. Residence, Atlanta. 



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William Gibson, Augusta Circuit. Residence, Auir"«ta. 
Garnett Andrews, Northern Circuit. Residence, Wjishington. 
J. R. Parrott, Cherokee Circuit. Residence, Cartersville. 
J. R. Alexander, Southern Circuit. Residence, Thomas ville. 
C. D. Davis, Western Circuit. Residence, Monroe. 

C. B. Cole, Macon Circuit. Residence, Macon. 

J. M. Clarke, Southwestern Circuit. Residence, Aniericis. 
J. W. Green, Flint Circuit. Residence, Tbomaston. 

D. B. Harrell, Pataula Circuit. Residence, Dawson. . 

H. D. D. Twiggs, Middle Circuit. Residence, Sandersville. 

Peter J. Strozier, Albany Circuit. Residence, Alabany. 

John W. O'Neal, Allapaha Circuit. Residence, Valdosta. 

John L. Hopkins, Atlanta Circuit. Residence, Atlanta. 

P. B. Robinson, Ocraulgee Circuit. Residence, Greensboro. 

N. B. Knight, Blue Ridge Circuit. Residence, Marietta. 

W.Schley, Elastern Circuit. Residence, Savannah. 

W. F. Wright, Tallapoosa Circuit. Residence, Newnan. 

W. M. Sessions, Brunswick Circuit. Residence, Blackshear. 

Robert D. Harvey, Rome Circuit. Residence, Rome. 

James Johnson, Chattahoochee Circuit. Residence, Columbus. 

SOLICnOES GENERAL. 

J. M. Matthews, Northern Circuit. Residence, DanieUville. 
W. D. Bennett, Southern Circuit. Residence, Quitman. 
C. E. Broyles, Cherokee Circuit. Residence, Dalton. 
S. W. Parker, Pataula Circuit. Residence, Fort Gaines. 

E. W. Crocker, Macon Circuit. Residence, Marion. 

James M. Bishop, Blue Ridge Circuit. Residence, Dawsonville. 

E. P. Howell, Atlanta Circuit. Residence, Atlanta. 

L. B; Anderson, Flint Circuit. Residence, Covington. 

Thomas P. Loyd, Southwestern Circuit. Residence, Oglethorpe. 

L. Jordan, Ocmulgee Circuit. Residence, Monticello. 

J. R. Preston, Middle Circuit. Residence, Swainesboro. 

W. L. Marler, Western Circuit. Residence, Jefferson. ' 

A. B. Smith, Eastern Circuit. Residence, Savannah. 

C. D. Forsyth, Rome Circuit. Residence, Dallas. 

Wm. A. Adams, Tallapoosa Circuit. Residence, . 

Cary J. Thornton, Chattahoochee Circut. Residence, Columbus. 

Isaac Christian, Brunswick Circuit. Residence, . 

Henry Clay Foster, Augusta Circuit. Residence, Augusta. 
W. P. Sims, Albany Circuit, Residence, Bainbridge. 
A. J. Lile, Allapaha Circuit. Residence, Valdosta. 



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COXJIVXY OFFICERS. 

NEW COUNTIES. 

Rockdale.— A C McCalla, Ordinary ; J W Almond, Sheriff; F J 
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